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.
Well, it’s official. We’re all bloody awful. As it turns out, the engagement ring reflects how shallow we all really are. But that’s science saying it, not us.
Well, one particular study has discovered a rather awful point. An extremely hot day is more painful to us than divorce.
The conspiracy theory is a social construct that never seems to go away. However, one study has discovered a very human reason why we cling to these nonsense plots.
Consider everyone riding the #DeleteFacebook bandwagon in ill health, as one study believes we need Facebook for our well-being.
A brand new scientific study has done the research, concluding that we humans are influenced by others, especially when choosing a mate. Duh.
Those workplace conversations that ruin your productivity are a real killer. However, one U.S. study believes they have the solution.
According to numerous studies, those who overindulge in hot sauce may actually extend their lives and ward off cancer.
The Donald Trump tweet is synonymous with the insanity of 2017. However, one study has charted the true evolution of his online insanity.