Teenagers are often a difficult bunch. With all those hormones flooding their bodies, they can be moody, unpredictable, and prone to making dubious choices.
Trust your feelings and you might, just might be able to predict the future.
Did you know that gray parrots have learned to distinguish objects and colors?
Perhaps imagining someone else with the qualities you admire is one way to develop them in yourself.
Does spending countless hours doing virtual violence to pixelated monsters and warriors have any effect on our sensitive and malleable brains?
This Moment of Science is going to report some interesting things that our pupils can reveal.
If the brain can upset the gut, can the gut upset the brain?
Research shows that marksmen shoot most accurately when their hearts' rhythm increases from eight to twenty beats per minute over their resting heart rate.
Recent research on human decision-making in high-pressure situations has yielded some surprising results.
Being too fixated on money can lead to less happiness.