Helping others can reduce the effects of everyday stress, a new study reported.
Children growing up in religious households tend to be more selfish and less generous than children who do not, new research suggest.
According to a new study, sharing food can boost altruism.
Some people are born heroes. New research reveals that people who risk their lives for others are hardwired to do so.
Jesus, Gandhi, Buddha, MLK, Mandela and Mother Teresa might have been born kind, according to scientists.
Being hungry makes people more generous and charitable, according to a new study.
Researchers reported that giving is caused by the brain's pleasure center.
Being nice may actually spice up your sex life, a new study suggests.
In a new study, researchers found that when people looked for long-term partners, they rated altruism as an attractive trait.
Helping others may be the secret to long life. A new study reveals that volunteering may improve mental health and promote longevity.
Here's a new finding that'll make you think a little less of humanity. A new study revealed that kindness might have evolved from manipulation.
Coaxing kids to share can be hard, but a new study reveals that giving children a choice to sacrifice their own toys in order to share with someone else makes them more likely to share in the future.
Even five-year-olds understand the concept of reputation. A new study reveals that children are significantly more likely to be kind to peers who demonstrate helpfulness.
New research reveals that men behave better in front of women. What's more, researchers found that men do more good deeds in front of more attractive women.
Researchers found that the leading motive for European egg donors was pure altruism, followed by altruism and financial means combined.
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