Pain is experienced differently, as each person produces different levels of pain-numbing endorphins.
Lots of studies show dreaming is part of our natural brain activity. So, why can't we remember what happens in our dreams?
Researchers at Stanford University came to a surprising conclusions after studying the concentration capabilities of habitual multi-taskers.
What would you rather have after playing tennis or jogging for forty minutes: a sports drink or a bowl of cereal with milk?
Experiments support the notion that knowing the price of something before trying it affects your overall experience.
The electroencephalograph, or EEG, helps doctors to take at look at our brain activities. But don't worry - the machine cannot read your mind, yet!
It's no surprise that guys are more into video games than girls, it's science!
You've heard that we only use ten percent of our brains right? Well, that's actually an old science myth that continues to be passed around.
Learn about the sunny side of aging, on this Moment of Science.
Is chocolate a mind-altering drug? Find out on this Moment of Science.