New evidence shows that microplastics are present in infants’ bodies. How dangerous are these tiny, often invisible particles to human health?
Will the widespread use of robo-pets be good for us or cause further alienation?
Are you torn between accepting a friend’s experience and statistical evidence? Don’t be. One generates empathy, while the other provides guidance.
Is thanking soldiers for their service diminishing the responsibility of others to do their part?
Is raising the flag a true sign of patriotism? Not necessarily.
Habits can either work for you or against you. Here’s why.
Nothing is more basic to humanity than to engage others. To fully engage another is to be both rational and emotional, therefore our authentic self is reliant upon mutual respect.
How can you judge cultural differences without giving up on ethical judgments? One sociologist offers a way of thinking about it.
Are those who swear more honest? A new study says so but the evidence is far from clear.
Do you find it difficult to talk about race? These open-ended questions may be a way deepen the conversation.