Scientists Want to Inspire Public Conversations About Death
A new installation at a London shopping mall aims to make conversations about our mortality more commonplace.
This Is Why Your Muscles Look Bigger Right After You Work Out
What exactly is "the pump" and does it mean your muscles are growing?
People Rate Beer More Highly If They Think It's Made by a Man, Study Says
“There’s an assumption that your woman-made craft beer, screwdriver, or roof rack just won’t be as good.”
When Psychedelics Make Your Last Months Alive Worth Living
“I am at peace with what’s next. The more I prepare to say goodbye, the more at peace I become with that reality."
Smoking Weed Before Sex Can Lead to Better Orgasms for Women, Study Finds
It can also improve women's sex drives and help them feel less pain during sex.
The Psychological Effects of Grieving on Social Media
Facebook has transformed the way a lot of people experience loss and express grief. But is it helpful?
We Talked to a Researcher About Why Women Are Attracted to DILFs
A Canadian study has researched the little-explored territory of ‘dads I’d like to fuck.’
CBD Could Interact With Prescription Meds
Here's what we know so far about using CBD while you're taking psych meds and other drugs.
Why New Research Says It’s OK to Stay Single (and Die Alone)
Sociologist Elyakim Kislev argues that we should embrace being single.
Seeing 'Sexy Images' of Women Makes Men Hungry for Meat, Study Says
The correlation was not true for women seeing images of men.
Pedophiles Can't be 'Cured,' and It's Dangerous to Suggest They Can
A recently published paper claiming pedophiles can be cured does a disservice to people who need treatment.
Justin Lehmiller, PhD
The Government Shutdown Has Halted Wildlife Conservation and Research
Between the loss of revenue and the lack of staff, important wildlife conservation work done by the National Park Service has been put in jeopardy.