According to the University of Illinois, those who are more optimistic, get a better night sleep.
According to new research, our brains feast on information the same way it does snack food or drugs. The contact high is the most important part, even if the data is completely useless.
According to a Canadian study, those who are perpetually in a bad mood actually perform better. Guess I won’t work on my problems, then.
According to new research, the humble chimpanzee is apparently keen on family movie night. I have a series of awkward questions.
According to a brand new study, certain types of diets only work if you bore everyone to death about them.
A pioneering mind from NYU has decided to locate our missing free time. Compared to ten years ago, we have a lot less of it.
To find out if we’re all terrible people, researchers dropped 17,000 wallets in 40 countries, just to see what we’d do.
According to numerous internet sources, the amount of coffee one can drink before it kills you, varies greatly.
Well, it seems we can put one debate to bed, as a pioneering group of scientists have decided that water does taste like something.
A study of young Australians has illuminated their views of sex, gender and relationship control. The findings are not good.
According to the musings of one psychologist, we miss our own typos because we’re smart. I’ll take that.
It seems a common problem. We get the right amount of sleep, yet we’re still tired. One group of researchers think they know why.
Good news! According to a new study, we’re sadder, angrier and more worried that has ever been measured before. Which is just great.
As it turns out, science thinks we’re showering far too often. All hail the unmistakable pong of questionable research.
For whatever reason, the world of science won’t leave we hipsters alone. They now believe dogs are cleaner than us. Just leave us be…ard.
According to researchers at one Swiss university, leaving cheese alone in a room with hip-hop noticeably increases the flava. Yeeeahhh boooyyeee.
According to a new study, merely thinking about coffee is as good as drinking it. Good one, brain.
Today is Monday. Which means we’ve wasted our weekend. Again. However, one egghead from UCLA believes we can wrest control back.
Well, it’s official. Science believes that we are split into two camps. The people who annoy us constantly, and everyone else.
According to numerous internet studies, Christmas is the most likely time that we’re either getting busy, or busy breaking up.
According to a recent study, we often call people by the wrong name…because we love them. The closer they are to us, the less accurate we are. But it’s all love. Right?
According to an expansive new study, when the temperature rises, so does our propensity to commit crime.