Anticipation is part of the fun – or most of the fun, if new research is to be believed.
A duo of researchers say they were able to implant false memories in the minds of subjects. But their methods have come under scrutiny.
Research shows the changing shape of relationships and marriages in the United States.
McDonald's is making changes to its Happy Meal as part of a broader project to create healthier meals for children.
The speed at which new technology is being adopted by US consumers is increasing compared to a hundred years ago.
In their annual letter, Bill and Melinda Gates have explained their two reasons why they're giving their money to good causes.
How do you define love? A new study attempts to find out by searching the world’s languages for words relating to love that don’t exist in English.
New research uses Twitter to examine risk taking, and concludes that those who look further into the future are less likely to take risks.
New research explores the link between marriage and heart health, suggesting that a stronger marriage might have a positive impact on the health of your heart.
Bill Gates and Elon Musk share a means of managing their schedules.
A British supermarket is introducing tea bags that don't contain polypropylene - a plastic harmful to the environment.
People in the Netherlands have the best work-life balance of those in any country, according to a report by the OECD.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Facebook and Alphabet's Google have a policy stating employees can ask out a coworker just once.
Exercise – not just diet – is the key to a healthier workforce, studies show. So some companies are embracing a peddle-while-you-work strategy.
The total number of job postings for the cannabis industry increased 445% in 2017, according to job-search website ZipRecruiter.