Researchers have found that how similar you are to your partner can affect your happiness – but it’s complicated. Among many monogamous species, from cockatiels to cichlid fish, studies have revealed clear
Anil Seth, a neuroscientist and director of the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science at the University of Sussex, researches the biological basis of the otherwise ethereal topic of consciousness. MOST
Unemployment fell to its lowest level in nearly half a century in September even as job growth slowed, allowing President Donald Trump to present a mostly-favorable economic picture in the critical home
It’s much easier to fall into the trap Elon Musk is in, staying at work until two in the morning, than to listen to Ariana Huffington and put sleep above all else. It can be difficult to put your personal
The emerging science of epigenetics describes the way our lifestyle and environment influence our gene expression over time. This growing field of research is a hot topic right now because it has radically
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Former US president Barack Obama famously had a wardrobe full of identical suits. As a world leader, life presents more than enough big decisions—Obama’s reasoning was that it made sense to minimize the
In her book Edge States, Joan Halifax explains that human beings are transformed when pushed to the boundaries of their understanding, comfort and capability. She attributes this in part to Kazimierz theory
The mood swings and stress you experience as you go through puberty can shape your brain to determine the person you will become. My four-year-old twins are similar in many ways – both are sociable, loving
"Drift" is the decision we make by not deciding, or by making a decision that unleashes consequences for which we don't take responsibility. You go to medical school because both your parents are doctors.
The 29-year-old died on Saturday, his brother announced. On Sunday, many professional runners and coaches described Jonathan Grey as a competitor who was as fierce as he was friendly—somebody who was to
My eighth grader is back to the books after a week of pneumonia-induced absence. With each missed school day came another layer of overwhelm at the thought of making up all that work. He'd finish a coughing
Want to Raise Successful Kids Who Aren't Perfectionists? This 27-Year, 41,000-Person Study Shows How
I'd hazard a guess that one out of every three interview respondents uses "I'm just too much of a perfectionist" as the weakness to talk about in interviews--as if it were an okay thing to slide by with.