Basically instant umami—and one of the most unexpectedly versatile condiments on earth. If you look up umami in the dictionary, we bet you'll find a big ol' bottle of fish sauce (usually made from anchovies,
In June of last year, I stopped to visit my 65-year-old mother and her 58-year-old husband in the sun-bleached hills of Sonoma County, where I was giving a reading from my new book. My stepfather, an talker
Males are supposed to need a Y chromosome to reproduce — it's what's responsible for the testes, after all — but a new study on mice suggests that the genes located on that chromosome may not be entirely
The best ways to make the chocolatiest cakes ever. Decadent, rich and one of the only good reasons to use the word “moist,” chocolate cake is a wonderful dessert entirely worthy of its own national holiday.
It may take more than a tub of yogurt to reverse the effects that a high-fat, low-fiber diet have wrought in the bellies of men and women in the industrialized world, says new research. Indeed, the depletion
Story of 18-year-old who 'made up' being raped by a man now spending 327 years in prison for 27 other rapes
Editor's note/Update: T. Christian Miller, a senior reporter for ProPublica, and Ken Armstrong, a writer for The Marshall Project, won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting for " An Unbelievable
Here's a discovery that could make secular parents say hallelujah: Children who grow up in nonreligious homes are more generous and altruistic than children from observant families. A series of experiments