I know that humans and chimps share something like 98 percent of our DNA. But what does this really mean?
I keep hearing about how something like one third of all American kids are either overweight or obese...
According to a new content analysis of popular kids shows, youngsters in the US are constantly exposed to cruel scenarios played out on parents' TV screens.
I keep hearing about studies suggesting that parents are less happy than childless couples and single people without children. How sound is this science?
Does eating at "bad hours" affect weight?
Some researchers are now considering the hypothesis that human speech evolved not from primate sounds but more from monkey facial gestures.
Fear smells like sugar. At least that's the case for zebra fish.
Many studies have shown that caring for a dog is a great way to get more exercise, relieve stress, and generally improve quality of life.
Lab mice are kept in cold labs which can be a huge problem.
According to a study, being physically active can protect against job burnout, helping you perform better at work.