A growing body of evidence suggests that cardio workouts alone aren’t an effective way to lose weight. The good news: Strength training effectively lowers body fat percentages.
Oxytocin makes memories more vivid, but this isn’t always a good thing.
Do you have everything you need at your fingertips but still feel dissatisfied? A new study reveals how delaying gratification can increase satisfaction.
New research suggests that ketamine’s antidepressant effects may be linked to specific neural circuits that connect the cerebellum with specific cortical networks in the cerebrum.
Feeling stressed out 24/7 isn’t healthy. However, feeling the rush of your fight-or-flight response kick in before a challenge is a good thing; stress arousal improves performance.
Hot streaks often involve broad exploration followed by laser-focused mastery.
Contrary to popular belief, locking eyes with someone during a conversation and holding their gaze may not be conducive to having an engaging dialogue with fresh ideas.
Decades ago, Styx sang about the pitfalls of having “too much time on my hands.” A new four-part study gives us fresh clues about why having too much free time isn’t good for us.
Supermarket layouts influence consumer behavior. Instead of relying on the “choice architecture” of a store’s layout, remap your route to avoid unhealthy foods that tempt you most.
How do you change a climate change denier’s mind? One way may involve reminding people of their spiritual connection to nature.