This Week in Science
This Is What Happens in Your Dogs' Brain When You Talk to Them
And other science headlines you don't want to miss.
What Dating Older Men Taught Me About Power and Desire
Twenty-seven-year-old Amy Anderson says her 50-year-old boyfriend makes a better lover because he's more sexually liberated. But not all older boyfriends are created equal, she warns.
I'm Watching My Husband Fall Apart from Prison
I'm in a cell, he's out there all alone, and there's nothing I can do about it.
Connie Farris, as told to Christie Thompson
Exactly How Likely Are You to Die Alone?
After reading several articles about people who died alone and went undiscovered for days, I asked a statistician about the likelihood of me meeting the same fate.
Scientists Found a Way to Stop Aging in Human Cells
They targeted telomeres, caps on chromosomes whose length roughly corresponds to age.
'Thanatophobia,' Today's Comic by Valentine Gallardo
A 29-year-old has a bad dream about her upcoming birthday that only some gal pal time can fix.
This 82-Year-Old Grandma DJ's Story Is Stranger Than Fiction
While your grandparents are heading to bed, Sumiko is picking out her outfit for the night.
Which Electronic Music Bangers Will We Still be Listening to When We Are Old?
"What will Kisstory sound like in the year 2030?"—a scientific study.
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Sharing Life's Experiences Can Make You Start to Look Like the One You Love
Social psychologists explain why two people in a couple are often more alike than one would expect by chance.
Getting Old Isn't So Bad at the Lake Point Tower Retirement Community
Thomas Morton kicks off the second season of his VICELAND show, 'Balls Deep,' with the seniors living out their golden years in Hallandale, Florida.
A Sci-Fi Fantasy Envisions an Afro-Surrealist Future
Audre Lorde, the Black feminist icon, inspires a film.
'The Living Man,' Today's Comic by John Malta
Can death be cured? I want to be a living man and walk about the living land.