It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best,” Ernest Hemingway once observed. That doesn’t have to change once you have children in tow – but even the most intrepid parents
No couple is perfect, but you two are pretty close. You’re pretty sure you’ve finally found that right person for you. You know, the one who listens intently while you vent about your grueling day at and
If this sounds like you, odds are you're burned out. Burnout isn't just the greatest challenge to the global health system or a drain on the American workplace — it's wreaking havoc on your well-being.
Your bulging gut might be putting your life at risk—regardless of how many miles you can run Carry a few too many extra pounds around your middle, and all the burpees and bike rides might not be enough
His 18-month study uncovered a lot about how his brain -- and others -- works. Stanford University neuroscientist Russell Poldrack is the proud owner of the most studied brain in the world. During an period,
Your heart sinks. You want nothing more than to run back to your room. What happened? Did you humiliate yourself? Did you realize you're wearing mismatched shoes? No, you just walked into a room full strangers.
If we want machines to truly think—a behavior that involves perspective and intuition and empathy—we need to help them hallucinate. Parts of this essay by Andrew Smart are adapted from his book Beyond
We've known for quite a while that some people seem to escape cognitive decline well into their nineties and beyond. Intriguingly, the brains of these sharp older people often reveal the extensive abnormalities
You’re in the middle of a conversation, about to chime in but then…you totally blank. A conversation that should have flowed easily turns awkward, your conversation partner looks at you like you’re an
If you haven’t heard the term “emotional intelligence” before, you’re about to get a full download on why it’s so important. It’s a relatively new concept (the term was first coined in 1990) and today,
Let's be honest — who hasn't gotten sidetracked first thing in the morning checking social media or reading up on what everyone thought of last night's "Walking Dead" episode? Here's the thing: How you
The ancient Egyptians and everyone on the internet may worship cats, but the feeling is less than mutual. Researchers from the University of Edinburgh worked with the Bronx Zoo on a study comparing the
Smoking tobacco causes cancer. So does eating salted fish, drinking alcohol, breathing polluted air and being exposed to the sun. All of these things are classified as cancer-causing by the World Health