People who went through a virtual reality flying simulation emerged ready to save lives.
Men with severe erectile dysfunction -- even with no personal history of cardiovascular disease -- had 8 times the risk of heart failure.
Those who had more positive initiations into sex scored higher for sexual satisfaction and esteem later on, and reported less "sexual depression."
People who do it all the time are actually the worst at it.
Stormy weather seems to be a bad omen for the migraine-prone.
Remember that time you didn't use a condom, and thought it was way better? You were wrong.
One bioethicist's modest proposal to combat obesity through socially motivated self-hatred
I could just eat you up!
Loneliness is associated with weaker immune systems, greater sensitivity to physical pain, and other health measures that imply that at some point even our own bodies reject us.
The curious connection between an invasive beetle that has destroyed over 100 million trees, and subsequent heart disease and pneumonia in human populations nearby
Today's Bieber fans are tomorrow's upstanding citizens.
Designers dreamed up patient records that can actually help and serve patients.
Powder-fresh underarms are a cultural construct, man.
An empirical evaluation of materialism
An online game elucidates the ways we calculate risk.
A stabbing, a shooting, and an uneasy relationship with the mentally ill haunts a city.
Unrestrained online behavior leads to real world risks.
The movement to encourage -- and contain -- social dieting
The new only-child generation grew up to be less trusting, more risk-averse, less competitive, more pessimistic, less conscientious, and it appears, more neurotic.
It's called "contextual jitter" -- in the time it takes to silence your cell phone, you've already lost track of what you were doing.