A new study confirms that childhood wounds don't always heal—and explains why some challenges reopen them
A study based on a survey of thousands of people from 123 countries reveals the universal needs that make us happy
Scott Flora on interior design, what colors look good indoors, and how to blend affordable art and high style
For CSR to work, consistency and commitment are key
New research indicates that we pass on information mainly for emotional, not rational, reasons
A researcher discovers the roots of the phenomenon: Style is determined by how old you feel, not how old you are
Strenuous exercise isn't the only way to get in shape. Short walks and other everyday tasks can matter just as much.
A new twist to the helicopter-parenting saga: When it comes to working teens, parents might not be hovering enough
How to stay cool during a heat wave? New research offers one unexpected solution: cover your roof with solar panels.
Our Q & A with an artist who, in a scene dominated by the U.S. and Japan, represents a different region—and a different style
New research shows that behaviors that promote wellness in America might be part of unhealthy lifestyles abroad
Forget retail therapy. New research suggests that happy people make wiser decisions than those who shop away their sorrows.
Our exclusive look at new research that uses billions of tweets to reveal surprising patterns about cancer, obesity, and other ailments