Do your eyes alone dictate how good your vision is? A new study shows you can train your brain to see better, and that leads to unexpected results.
Over time, gravity works on the body dragging it in directions that create posture problems. Often we don’t help the situation with the habits we fall into, especially if you work at a desk all day.
For some time now the lines between biology and technology, reality and virtuality and humans and machines have been blurring. Now we’re seeing it happening in the mainstream marketplace.
Two recent discoveries reveal that there was a whole lot more mating, love and sex going on among and within ancient human species than scientists have traditionally thought.
Fear is a powerful evolutionary survival mechanism. But sometimes it goes wrong, resulting in phobias. Don’t be afraid to learn what is behind the mask of these fears. Read on…
Life sometimes seems like a series of awful, no good, terribly bad days. Why should we be grateful? Here are some good reasons.
It’s sometimes a struggle to get happier, especially when we’re overwhelmed and stressed out … in the dead of winter. Now and again it can be tough to thumb through that silver lining playbook. Here’s some help.
Pick up the audio version of the book the New York Times Book Review called “a lively journey…that takes an antic delight in the triumphal adaptations and terrifying near misses of human evolution,” the The New Yorker called “engaging … and fascinating,” and Kirkus Reviews said was “engrossing.”
Naked in public: check. Being chased: check. Falling: check. We’re all so different – yet we share certain “dream themes.”