Could the coronavirus crisis compel a divided America to become more unified? According to this article, we’re living in “a national defining moment.”
This article presents the findings of recent research that suggests the news can make us see the world in a negative light, which has a harmful impact on our mental and physical health.
How can you tell the works of Shakespeare are timeless? They have a way of showing up in the popular culture of every era, sometimes in surprising ways.
In the effort to fast-track a vaccine to prevent the spread of Covid-19, how much risk is acceptable?
Read this article to learn the five things you may learn from the Coronavirus pandemic.
Read about how the coronavirus has changed some of the most important ways in which humans connect with one another.
Microplastics, as its name suggests, are tiny pieces of plastic. As such, they can be found EVERYWHERE. Even fruits and vegetables are not out of microplastic’s reach.
Listen: Metaphors used to describe the pandemic are so powerful, they can increase our fear and frustration.
Can you trick yourself into being positive? One researcher thinks so! Read about her strategies here.
Survival experts discuss what the Thai soccer team that was trapped in a cave did right to get through the two weeks before they were rescued.
In 2011, researchers conducted a study to find out why people often gain weight after moving to the United States. They found that immigrants often choose unhealthy foods because they want to fit in to American culture.
Have you ever thought about starting your own business? Read to learn about 14-year-old Taylor Rosenthal, whose idea to create a vending machine to sell first aid supplies has made him a successful young entrepreneur.
Read through all four tabs for information on being prepared, responding during, and recovering after a landslide.
Infants are afraid of strangers, but what about heights? When do people start to have fear of heights?
In her research, psychology professor Gabriele Oettingen has found that overly-positive thinking actually disincentives people from achieving their goals. She suggests pairing positive thinking with visualizations of obstacles that stand in the way.
Doctors looking into the connection between the brain and the heart have found that stressful events can cause a change in hormones that injures the heart.
Most people tend to categorize the risk-taking behaviors of teenagers as a bad thing, but new research from Harvard University shows that brain development at that age can be beneficial for learning.
Champion runner Kayla Montgomery refuses to let Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis halt her running career. Read about her here.
Most people have seen or ridden a roller-coaster, and either fear riding one or like the ride. So you think you know how a roller coaster works? Compare what you know with what this article tells you.
With any infectious disease, contact tracing helps prevent contagion by uncovering the interactions that tie us all together.