A study shows that people see black men as taller, heavier, stronger and more dangerous than white men.
Making friends outside your race can help reduce prejudice, according to new research.
Most transgender patients report that they have had negative experiences in the hospital emergency department.
Anti-gay prejudice significantly shortens the lifespan of lesbian, gay and bisexual people, according to new research.
Researchers tied lack of sleep to more prejudiced and stereotyped behaviors.
Using the Rubber Hand Illusion, a test where participants look at a fake hand being touched while an experimenter touches the participant's own hidden hand, scientists from Royal Holloway University found that that "owning" darker skin can help improve racial bias.
The study found that heavy texters, defined as texting more than 100 times a day, are 30 percent less likely to describe living a “principled, ethical life” as important to them than people who texted 50 times a day or less.
For some people, the desire to be thin is not a personal obsession, rather seen simply as a demand of society: Even if you are a female and are perfectly healthy at 155 pounds, health is not associated with with how far you can walk, how many push-ups you can do or even at times what you consume: it is all about how thin or fit you look.
Today's world has given us the luxurious choice to enhance our body in the ways that we feel are necessary. There is a big controversy surrounding the practice of cosmetic surgeries that makes people question if it's ethical towards their self-esteem and self-progress. There are numerous amounts of plastic surgeries out there to help people enhance their appearance and change the characteristics of themselves that they feel need the most improvement.