The internet is awash with articles that extol amazing advances in science and medicine. However, proving if they’re legit is quite easy.
Worrying research from California has explained that a worry-first lifestyle is actually beneficial to your mental health.
According to a brand new study, certain types of diets only work if you bore everyone to death about them.
According to the musings of one psychologist, we miss our own typos because we’re smart. I’ll take that.
According to one university, sexual intercourse with your ex will not stop you from moving on. It seems a bit … collegiate, though.
Well, it’s official. Science believes that we are split into two camps. The people who annoy us constantly, and everyone else.
Educating both boys and girls about sexual consent needs to begin in high school, at the very least. Ashley James explains why.
We’ve all been leveled with a brain teaser in an interview. However, a new study believes that only the most inept rely on them.
We all do it, but substituting real words for emoji twists the perception that others have of us. Science says so. (insert knife emoji)
According to a Canadian study, those who are perpetually in a bad mood actually perform better. Guess I won’t work on my problems, then.