If you’re wondering why you never hear about student protests these days, this might be the answer. New research shows that the empathy levels of college students has dramatically declined over the past 30 years.
According to Forensic Science International, caffeine is fatal to humans in does of 5 grams or more, but how many Lokos would it take to reach the limit?
Aging may just be a state of mind after all.
We may have high-speed information at our disposal, but our basic grammar skills are regressing.
A joint study by academics in Germany and the U.S. sheds new — and disturbing — light on the power of Google.
A scientific study has isolated the incredible physics at play every time a cat takes a drink of water or milk. Looks like the cat’s out of the bag!
A new study shows that teens who “hyper-text”–that is, text more than 120 times a day–are far more likely to be sexually active, drink alcohol and do illegal drugs than teens who text less.
While it might not be the most obvious way to celebrate your political party winning an election, research shows that victorious voters look at more online porn.
Researchers have developed technology that leads them to believe reading a person’s dreams will one day be possible.
A new ranking of the prosperity of nations found that the U.S. barely made the top 10, while Britain was off it completely. So what are they doing wrong?
Are you a man who grew up in a house full of girls? While it might seem like you’d have some advantages in dating, what with being familiar with the ways of women and all, new research shows that men who grow up with only sisters …
Researchers at Goldsmiths College, part of the University of London, believe they are on course to crack the code which makes some tunes, known as earworms, stick on repeat inside out heads.