A recent study published in the Journal of Consumer Research found that feeling powerful can help some individuals become thriftier.
The campaign "Tips From Former Smokers" is back with several new advertisements from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help change the minds of current tobacco users.
These days, taking stock of approaching predators doesn't typically apply. Yet as humans evolved, they learned that something moving closer posed more of a danger than something linking farther back. Now, a recent study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, shows how even in...
In light of the National Basketball Association (NBA) Finals as well as the FIFA World Cup, researchers at INSEAD (The Business School of the World) decided to find out whether or not more talent is essential in a team’s winning efforts.
Now that marijuana is legalized for recreational use in Colorado and Washington – two great golfing venues in the United States – marijuana use on the golf course could become more frequent, and some golfers might benefit as a result.
Although many don't take high school as seriously as higher education, researchers from the University of Miami found that one's high school grade point average is a strong indicator of future earnings.
Did you know this rainbow-colored cube was initially created to help explain three-dimensional geometry?
The National Science Foundation (NSF) released their newest data on Thursday regarding trends in education, science, and research in each of the country’s 50 states. A division of the NSF used their state data tool that will gather telling results.
Does consciousness exist outside the brain, pointing to a more observable world than meets the eye? Or are near death and out-of-body experiences simply signs of oxygen deprivation, showcasing a plausible occurrence easily explained by science?
Whether it's a piece of toast or a breakfast taco, people around the world have "miraculously" spotted Jesus and other religious figures on their food. However, a recent study conducted by researchers from the University of Toronto shows that this happening is not too uncommon. In fact, it's otherwi...
Statistics show that the rate of children suffering from type 1 and 2 diabetes has dramatically increased in the last eight years.