"Are they laughing at me?" One of the splendid blessings (read: annoying symptoms) of anxiety is having to deal with rapid-fire thoughts that turn into constant worry. Sometimes these thoughts are warranted
There's a lot that goes into developing an exercise regimen — meeting your body's needs, finding something you enjoy, and figuring out what will have enough impact to make a difference to your health.
The canine “mini-me” reveals a narcissistic tendency within us all – a trait that may also be shaping your love life, says David Robson. (Photography by Gerrard Gethings.) Go to any park, and you will
On Monday, December 15, 2014, ELLE.com shadowed Rockette Lindsay Howe as she pulled back the curtain on what it means to headline one of New York City's most iconic shows. "A Juicy jumpsuit," Lindsay recalls,
English bursts with consonants. We have words that string one after another, like angst, diphthong and catchphrase. But other languages keep more vowels and open sounds. And that variability might be they
Despite his rocky beginning, Picasso, whose birthday is Oct. 25, became one of the most influential artists of the early 20th century, and has a lasting legacy that pushes our creative boundaries today.
The robots are coming – and they may put your friendly neighborhood retail staffer out of work. Home-improvement superstore Lowe's recently began employing robot sales assistants in some of its stores.
In a landmark study, 500 men and women who were all born in the same week in 1946, will all undergo 3D brain scans as part of efforts to find a cure for Alzheimer's disease Baby boomers who have been for
But breakfast foods vary wildly from place to place. Inspired by a HostelBookers.com post by Victoria Philpott and a Quora post, we took a look at some classic breakfast choices from countries around world.
In Liz Climo’s world of animals, rats and snakes are BFFs, dinosaur dads are simply awesome, and narwhals have the best Halloween costumes. Climo is a California-based illustrator and animator. By day,
Results imply creative people are 25% more likely to carry genes that raise risk of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. But others argue the evidence is flimsy The ancient Greeks were first to make the
About one in 100 people is a psychopath, experts estimate. But you can't tell a psychopath just from looking at one. Many psychopaths show a distinctive pattern of brain activity, according to James Fallon,
Want your kid to succeed? Teach them to play well with others. Watching a young child playing with others can reveal a great deal about who they are -- and who they'll be in 20 years. That's the conclusion
Luckily, the folks over at Reddit have a collection of true facts about life, and we've combed through them to find our favorites. From a creature that can survive the harsh vacuum of space to the odd