A former intelligence officer shares interrogation tips for getting people to spill on first dates and their salaries
In our era of 24-hour digital distraction, the art paying attention is increasingly difficult. But for many, meditation can help. Here are some tips to get you started
Fist-pumping. Arm-raising. Chest-thumping. We see it all the time in sports. But these athletes aren’t expressing pride in victory. They’re demonstrating dominance over their competitor.
Your eye movements could reveal a lot about how impulsive you are
In an effort to promote more realistic body images for teens, Aerie models are showing dimples, tattoos and stretch marks
There’s science behind what makes your favorite shows so hard to miss.
Heavy drinking in men can age the brain’s memory ability by up to six years
Middle aged men who drink 2.5 drinks per day may accelerate memory loss by six years, according to a new study.
As the debates over free speech vs. hate speech on the internet gets hotter, a TIME writer shares some of her favorite online insults.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says physicians should stop prescribing combination drugs with more than 325 milligrams (mg) of acetaminophen.
Students at schools with drug testing just as likely to smoke pot or drink as those at schools without
Simply walking through a sketchy-looking neighborhood can make you feel more paranoid and lower your trust in others.
That cup of coffee in the morning may improve long-term memory, according to a new study.
The study, published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, found that participants who had been given caffeine pills had better memory recall. Scientists studied 160 participants ages 18 to 30, and showed them various photos of items at the outset, …