After compiling more than 20 years of research, psychologists have concluded that members of frats are deeply adverse to both alcohol education and intervention. They just want to keep drinking.
May 20, 2016
Robert Young has been fascinated with staving off death since he was a toddler.
Researchers from McGill University have found a way that one day could help addicts from relapsing.
Taking selfies can make you appear more narcissistic and give you a self-inflated view of yourself. Sure, that seems self-evident, but now we've got the research to back it up.
Confirming what we already know: social media is a plague on relationships.
Probably best to consider it a non-canonical conversation.
A new study of 221 young people found "ADHD-like symptoms" present in their smartphone habits, but what about people who actually have ADHD?
He's probably still a million times more ambitious than you were at 15 though.
The five-year study found that marijuana had serious ramifications on teenage boys' mental health.
Fresh or frozen, beef or vegetable—it's all contaminated.
In the future, everyone will be wearing this magic goop that can eliminate wrinkles and replicate the look of youthful, healthy skin.
During the seven-plus hour event, Mercury will appear as a small black dot moving slowly across the bright-ass sun during the day. Incredible!
Matthew Deutsch is so invested in cryonics—the process of deep freezing a body with the hope of reanimating it at a later time—he wrote a rock opera about it.
If jellyfish can do it, why can't humans?
This is not the first time the LHC has been shut down at the hands of an animal kingdom dead set on keeping us from dipping into the infinite well of understanding.
Dogs deplore us, and they despise their lives as our slaves.
According to science.
If you were a dinosaur in the late Cretaceous period, the last thing you needed was a meteor.
Instead of fighting the politicization of drug policy, the UN has failed to challenge the ideology and junk science that fuel the demonization of drugs.
Researchers put some people on acid into MRIs to figure out what anyone who has fried balls and stared fixedly at colorful lights for hours already knew.
A new study shows that douchebags who know more profanities tend to have better vocabularies overall.
More than 90 percent of the participants showed some kind of arousal after touching the bot's butt and robo-cock area.
Then Motherboard explains the science behind automatonophobia, or the fear of statues, and VICE Sports tells us about Tony Barnette, an American MLB player who got his start in Japan.
VICE's Dylan Chenfeld heads to a Manhattan cryosauna to find out why people are paying hundreds of dollars to stand in freezing temperatures for a few minutes.