In whichever direction they already happen to lean.
Newly published research examined Google search-term data for clues about the show’s impact, and found some scary stuff.
If psychiatrists think Donald Trump is mentally unfit for office, they should be allowed to make their case — in a measured, responsible way.
The fact that some mac ‘n’ cheese products have trace amounts of certain chemicals isn’t necessarily cause for alarm.
A promising new study shows workshops designed to break people’s “bias habits” could help get more women hired in STEM fields.
Sometimes, ideas that are a bit scientifically suspect catch on because they are too good to not believe.
New research offers up some potentially important correlations, and also highlights just how little control people can have over their mental health.
It’s important to recognize what the science says, and, no, that doesn’t lead us inexorably to Nazi race science.
Bad news for herpetophobes everywhere.
The disease resists any easy attempt at metaphors, but that doesn’t mean patients and their caretakers don’t try.
It’s understandable why people think fruit juice is healthy and might want to give it to their kids, but it’s not much better than soda.
What do you do when you can’t stop thinking about the big, scary questions, and no one else understands?
A recent outbreak is only going to bring further discrimination against a vulnerable group whose members were targeted by charlatans.
The Atlantic’s controversial article “My Family’s Slave” serves as a disturbing reminder of how easy it is for “normal” people to do terrible things.
Research suggests that sexism in hiring can’t explain the entire gender gap in leadership positions — there’s other stuff going on, too.
A new study looks at the sales of an at-home HIV-testing kit and finds some very encouraging results.
Just about everyone, everywhere, is a complicated mutt, and stories about “pure” bloodlines are almost always false.
Most adults can do a decent job of understanding other people’s internal mental states. Not the leader of the free world.
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