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Throwing games to make kids happy may negatively affect their ability to make important decisions — even if it does boost their self-esteem.
After you try this pungent party trick, you'll never doubt the power of garlic.
According to doctors, injecting cooking oil into your muscles to make them appear larger does not work, could possibly kill you.
Are patients actually developing a foreign accent, or has something else gone haywire?
John Turturro played one to perfection in "The Big Lebowski." The guys from Stuff to Blow Your Mind investigate how people become creepy.
One bad apple may indeed spoil the whole bunch, especially if it's a bunch of adolescent siblings and one of them is delinquent.
Breaking eye contact during conversation doesn't necessarily mean we're insecure — it means we're human.
You may have thought shotgun marriages died out following the era of peace, free love and rock 'n' roll, but in some groups, they're actually rising.
Being stuck in the middle seat on a long flight — or any flight — stinks. But does that entitle the middle-seater to the armrests? We asked an etiquette expert.
Stay honest! The more little white lies we tell, the more likely our brains feel O.K. about telling big, fat whoppers, a new study finds.
The results of a worldwide survey on empathy are in and it's full of surprises.
What is the connection between women's brains and their bowels?
Living in racially hostile societies has been connected to the circulatory and cardiac health of both blacks and white.
They're not hallucinations, but they're not just regular nightmares, either.
Nice girls always smile, according to Western gender norms, but embracing 'Resting Bitch Face' could be good for gender equality.
The reason why cringe when you hear your weird, terrible, monstrous voice? It all has to do with physics, biology and sonics.
Want to hide in plain sight? It may be easier than you think.
But the Twitter hashtag #SheCantBeAutistic started by Guardian columnist Nicola Clark is trying to bring attention to the issue, one tweet at a time.
Yep, that backup plan may be getting in the way of you achieving your dream.
Urine for a shock when you learn how much pee is in the average public pool. Even Olympic swimmers admit to peeing in the pool -- just like you and me.
What are the factors that lead to an opioid epidemic, and what are the solutions?
What is Jessie's Law, and why might it help the opioid epidemic?
Understanding prehistoric societies explains why most people are happiest in small groups — but some of us break from the norm with cities and solitude alike.
Just about every nation and culture has its own special alcoholic beverage — and its own hangover cure. Some may actually work while others may just make you sicker. Which one of these will you try?
We blink our eyes so often, yet we usually don’t perceive that the world has gone dark, if only for a microsecond. Why is that?