For those who believe impulse eating leads to poor nutritional habits, think again. A new study finds that trouble actually arises when we take the time to consider our food choices — in the form of excuses for why that pumpkin pie is A-okay.
November is National Novel Writing Month. But before you start typing your way to a Pulitzer, remember that creative projects aren’t just about achieving fame. Here’s how thinking creatively can make us happier, healthier people.
A great book can lift our spirits, make us think, or even change the world. From cookbooks to investigative journalism to a guy just trying to run a certified organic pig farm, these are our must-read books for 2013.
From choosing an outfit to selecting a life partner, we make hundreds of decisions every day. Sentio Search is a website trying to make those choices easier by letting us know how other, similar people’s decisions panned out.
More than 80 percent of American employees like their jobs. What are their bosses doing right? Greatist looks at 10 key factors — both psychological and social — that science suggests make for the best work environments.
Reckless driving, unprotected sex — no problem if it’s in the name of love. New research suggests men are more likely to engage in risky behaviors when they’re thinking about romance. But the same finding doesn’t apply to women.
New studies suggest men and women use language differently, as kids and as adults. But these findings aren’t automatic support for gender stereotypes; in fact they show us why sex and gender are still so complicated.