Worrying research from California has explained that a worry-first lifestyle is actually beneficial to your mental health.
The cruel reign of the dentist may soon be over, as researchers have managed to artificially grow tooth enamel.
To the generation before mine, nuclear power was something that could spell the end of mankind. With that almost assured, I’d say it’s time for a rethink.
Clearly, we’re careening toward our climate apocalypse, but yet we still do not care. I believe the language around the matter, matters. We don’t want facts, we want stories.
Here’s the thing: science is often used for good … until it isn’t. Consider the following an incomplete example of us using our brains for ill.
We’ve long treated trauma-emboldened sleep disorders by treating the trauma. A pioneering group of researchers believe that we should do the opposite.
We have all the technologies needed to make the electric grid run on renewables and lower pollution.
According to the musings of one cunning linguist, it’s totally fine to swear around your children.
Learn from the authors of Corked: Tales of Advantage in Competitive Sports, Brian J. Love and Michael L. Burns, why so many home runs are being hit in the majors lately.