The Metropolitan Museum of Art has made the right decision, to reject the demands of an online petition calling for the removal of an erotically charged work by the Polish French artist Balthus. The 1938
• Scientists are fascinated by a rare group of people known as super-agers — people over age 80 who retain certain cognitive abilities that are similar to people in their 50s.• Previous research on super-agers
Do you side with science on this important issue? For much of the past year, I have fought a one-sided battle with a popular fast casual restaurant chain that we’ll call “Ready.” Unlike most restaurants,
Around half of Americans these days are getting married—a much lower rate than the peak of 72% in 1960, to be sure, but a good enough percentage that has held pretty steady over the last decade or so.
Our brains have some pretty inaccurate maps of our body. Everyone hates awkward pauses, and your brain is no exception. The mind’s eye will attempt to fill in dead spaces—though it’s not always very accurate.
Money can't buy happiness, right? Well, some researchers beg to differ. They say it depends on how you spend it. A recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests
OUT Health and Wellness / Updated May 22, 2017 / 2:49 PM GMT / Source: Reuters Editor’s Note: Reuters has withdrawn this story because of questions surrounding the data supplied by the American Society
Technology Wearable devices are pretty good at letting us know how many steps we’ve taken or how much quality sleep we got last night. Wouldn’t it be great if wearables could keep each member of a couple
We chat with the creators of 'Unicornland' and 'You Me Her' about the importance of showing realistic depictions of polyamory. Recently, New York Magazine reported that a 2016 study of two nationally groups
At 89, Donald Tenbrunsel is a bit of a phenomenon. He surfs the internet with ease, happily converses on a broad range of timely topics, volunteers and reads regularly. Known as a "SuperAger," Tenbrunsel
So there's that. A new study from the Interdisciplinary Center Herzilya in Israel has found that watching pornography before a first date might increase your odds of getting a second date. No, it's not
If a child is a fussy eater, there’s probably not one single reason why. It could be genes. It could be the subtle hints the child—or small baby—has learned by watching their family at the table. It could