A new study says your romantic relationship doesn't have as big an impact on your "longevity" as siblings and parents do.
Visual crashes boil down to a glitch in the way we recognize and understand images.
Direct-to-consumer genetic testing companies like 23AndMe and AncestryDNA that try to predict health issues are sometimes downright wrong, according to a new study.
Reproductive health has long focused on the pregnant person's behavior—but their partner's lifestyle is important, too.
New research finds that being interrupted during a fixed task distorts and misconstrues how we view reality.
A wearable that measures your drunkenness sounds embarrassing, but so does finding out the hard way (puking on the street).