Climate change is causing more home runs due to reduced air density caused by higher temperatures.
A new study has found that Transcendental Meditation reduced symptoms of burnout and insomnia, while improving overall well-being.
Hypnosis and mindfulness meditation both produced significant results on acute pain management, with hypnosis having a slight edge.
Awe-inspiring art can encourage children's generosity, according to new research.
Doing an online personality test has been a popular form of entertainment for many years. We show you ten of the best examples.
The fear face under the microscope: a new study conducted in two Italian penitentiaries sheds light on the emotional intelligence of organized crime members.
A look into the reasons behind coulrophobia, or the fear of clowns, finds many justifiable causes.
A recent study conducted in France sheds light on why we find teddy bears so cute and comforting.
A new study finds that minor facial scars have little or no effect on ratings of attractiveness, and are even viewed as slightly more friendly than average.
A new study finds that mindfulness for anxiety (in the form of MBSR) is as effective as commonly-prescribed antidepressant, according to a new study from Georgetown University.
Recreating historical fragrances to evoke the past is a new way to experience culture in museums and tours.
Teletherapy is an increasingly popular way for people to get help. Find out whether it might be the right option for you.
Extrinsic motivation is the use of external rewards and punishment to motivate action. Learn how to make it work for you!
A new study on mindfulness for pain is the first to demonstrate brain changes from a standardized mindfulness course.
The benefits of chair yoga also apply to socially isolated older adults with dementia.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have identified a molecule known as a microRNA (miRNA) that could promote hair regeneration.
Despite a spate of recent headlines about how children in the US are using social media more than ever before, new results from Norway tell a different story.
Despite common concerns that the social fabric is fraying, cooperation among strangers has gradually increased in the U.S. since the 1950s.
In fact, the more surprising the "reaching out" is, the more people tend to appreciate it.
The study also found that users with toxic usernames are about 2.2 times more likely to have their accounts suspended by moderators.