Intimate details of a person’s lifestyle, shopping habits and health can now be gleaned from the molecules they leave behind on everyday objects such as smartphones, pens or keys, scientists have proven.
Although more people reach old age each year, the ceiling for the human lifespan appears to be stuck at around 115 years, study indicates Humans are unlikely to ever blow out more than 125 candles on birthday
Robert Cialdini made his name on counseling everyday people about how to avoid being manipulated by advertisers, politicians, and lobbyists. Now, the Arizona State University psychology professor is advising
One driver says he earns $2.64 an hour after expenses. This story originally appeared in Capital & Main. Sign up for email alerts from Capital & Main. Twenty-six-year-old Takele Gobena is part of the economy,
Are you a tag survivor? A Washington state school district has banned the game of tag for kids at recess, citing student safety. "[W]hile at play, especially during recess and unstructured time, students