Here's a simple tip on how to stay alive longer: try to avoid surgery when it's the surgeon's birthday!
Study on IQ scores of video gamers finds women outscore men, Android users outscore iPhone users, and Rainbow Six Siege is the smartest game.
IQ and EQ are closely linked: a new study finds that gifted people also have higher emotional intelligence levels.
New study explores why soothing vibrations help rock baby to sleep -- by studying the sleep behavior of fruit flies.
A new study finds less drinking and fewer relationships are the main reasons why young people are having sex less than they did a decade ago.
It's not your phone, it's you: study finds users initiate 89% of their smartphone interactions, with only 11% initiated by notifications.
A study of Delaware license plates finds that their mere scarcity has turned them into a valuable form of status signaling.
A new study suggests that 30% to 50% percent of big game hunters in the Pleistocene and Holocene eras in the Americas were women.
Can psilocybin cure depression? A new study finds that "magic mushrooms" greatly reduced depressive symptoms after as few as two doses.
A new study finds that politicians on Instagram get the most engagement when their photos depict them in a personal setting.
Although important characters seem to be randomly killed off, their deaths follow predictable rules, a new study shows.
No good deed goes unpunished, so what about bad deeds? A new study finds 18% of people would commit crime if there were no punishment.
The Dutch flying car company PAL-V today announced that its Liberty car has received permission to drive on public roads.
Average American screen time per day: a new survey finds 4-6 hours per day (or 6-8 hours for teens) is now typical.
Analyzing Google searches for certain keywords predicted regional COVID-19 outbreaks up to 2 weeks in advance, new research finds.
A new study finds that not wearing a mask makes the size of your "cough cloud" between 7 and 23 times bigger than it otherwise would be.
A new study finds that compared to using bus apps, people would get better results by just randomly walking to the bus stop.
What does it mean when someone mimics you? New research shows it's mainly about making everyone feel less awkward and more comfortable.
A new study has found that people low in neuroticism and high in openness are less likely to follow shelter in place rules.
A new study finds that considerably more more college-age Americans now abstain from alcohol than they did in 2002.