Life Lessons from Three of the World’s Most Brutal Sports
Pain is a teacher for Eric Spicely, pro-wrestler, skateboarder and MMA fighter.
The World's Other Opioid Crisis
How the war on drugs forces sick, poor people to die in unnecessary agony.
We Asked Experts if CBD-Spiked Foods Do Anything at All
CBD oil is in everything from gummies to cold brew, but does it actually have any benefits if it's combined with other ingredients?
This Week in Science
The Shape of Your Body Influences What People Think of Your Personality
Rectangular bodies are associated with different personality traits than curvier ones.
How to Actually Stop Slouching All the Time
These core strengthening moves will go a long way towards fixing your bad posture.
K. Aleisha Fetters
Being Good in Bed Is Tied to an Unexpected Personality Trait
People who rate high in conscientiousness have fewer sexual problems and more satisfying sex lives, according to a new study.
Justin Lehmiller, PhD
The Science Behind Why People Have Different Pain Tolerances
Everything from our genes to our psychological makeup can affect our sensitivity to physical pain.
Exactly What Happens to Your Body When You Catch the Flu
Most symptoms are actually caused by your immune system's response to the virus.
Panic Attacks Aren't the Same for Everyone
In movies, the character who's having a panic attack clutches at his chest, gasps for air and then breathes into a paper bag to calm himself. But that's never been my experience.
This Is What Your Brain and Body Do When You Hang Out With Animals
Here’s everything we know about how pets affect your mood.
This Is the Effect Working Out Has on Your Bones
How active you are as a kid affects your bones forever.
The Family That Doesn't Feel Pain
Their genes could lead to treatment options for people with chronic pain.