Follow thousands of superbright kids for four and a half decades, and you learn a thing or two about how to raise a high-achiever.
Casper is an internet sensation, with thousands of 5 star reviews and countless awards.
Fitness headlines promise staggering physical results: a firmer butt, ripped abs, bulging biceps. Nutritional breakthroughs are similar clickbait, with attention-grabbing, if often inauthentic—what, really, is a “superfood?”—means of achieving better health. Strangely, one topic usually escaping discussion has been shown, time and again, to make us healthier, smarter, and more empathic animals: reading.
Almost a quarter of Japanese men and a tenth of Japanese women over age 60 say there is not a single person they could rely on in difficult times. The American crisis may not be so dissimilar from the Japanese one.
Science will win the technical battle against cancer. But that is only half the fight.
He’s increasingly isolated in the White House, but for Donald Trump, being alone is not a liability. It’s where he’s most comfortable.
President Trump has proved adept at getting Republicans to go along with his views, even if they clash with party dogma. Here’s what happened in 2016 and the early months of his presidency, according to researchers.
Computers already are predominant, human life already takes place mostly within them, and people are satisfied with the results.
For all the outcry over how women are treated in the tech industry, the resolution of a sexual harassment case against Upload, a virtual reality start-up, shows that little has changed.
How do you live after unintentionally causing a death?
Fixing chronic back pain is possible only when patients understand how much it is produced by the brain, not the spine.