We Fact-Checked 5 Horrifying Details in 'The Report,' the New Movie About Post-9/11 Torture
Did a DoJ official really claim that if the president wanted to crush a child's testicles, no treaty could stop him?
What to Do When Your Phone Is Eroding Your Mental Health
A new study suggests there may be more than just a link between smartphone reliance and depression: The one may cause the other.
How to Quit Vaping
If you want to stop without turning to cigarettes, here are methods for getting off nicotine altogether.
Seven People Have Died from Lung Illnesses Linked to Vaping. Should You Quit?
Reports of seven deaths and hundreds of illnesses linked to vaping THC and nicotine are scary. Here's what you need to know.
1 in 16 Women Report Their First 'Sexual' Experiences Were Rape or Assault
Extrapolated to the whole U.S. population, this would mean 3.3 million women have experienced "forced sexual initiation."
The Weed Breathalyzer Is Coming
As legal weed becomes a reality, researchers, startups, and law enforcement are racing to figure out how to test for THC intoxication.
Climate Change Is Going to Make It Too Hot to Even Sleep
Sleep experts want us to rest in rooms 20 degrees cooler than the Energy Star guidelines—meaning we're either going to be wasteful or sweaty.
The New Report on Kratom Overdoses Is Scary But Kind of Misleading
Almost all of those who tested positive for kratom also tested positive for other substances.
This Is Why You Can't Go Back to Sleep When You Want To
And why you can’t wake up when you have to.
Narcissistic Traits Might Differ Depending on How You Vote
A recent study looks at personality traits like exhibitionism and entitlement in Republicans and Democrats.
Men Obsessed With Being Fit Often Struggle With Drinking and Depression
The real problem isn’t a thin ideal—it’s a muscular one, a new study shows.
Some People Stay In Dead-End Relationships Because They're Too Nice
People who believed their partners really wanted the relationship to work were less likely to initiate a break up.