What happens during bachelor/bachelorette parties stays there. New research reveals that people really stretch the limit when it comes to taking advantage of their "last night of freedom" before everlasting commitment.
Kids with autism spectrum disorders or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder are seven to eight times more likely to wish to be the other gender compared with their peers with no neurodevelopmental disorder.
Dominance is the first reaction athletes experience during victory, a new study reveals. Body language known as "dominance threat display" or "triumph" is often observed in winners of Olympic and Paralympic judo matches. Researchers believe that this type of body language is innate and stems from an evolutionary need to establish order and hierarchy in society.
Shocks to the brain could help reduce crime rates, a new study suggests.
Wealth inequality may boost cooperation, a new study suggests.
Mathematics and history may be closer linked than previously imagined. According to a news release from the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBIoS), researchers have devised a model which explains the evolution of human society from small groups to larger, more complex societies of the modern era.
Street children show high levels of drugs use, according to a new study.
Researchers found that teenagers' brain activity could be tied to extreme feelings of self-consciousness.
Men multiply and women divide the number of lovers they've been with to appear "normal", according to a new study.
Sex in Ancient Egypt may have been reserved for the summer, new research suggests.
An eight-year-old South African boy has married a 61-year-old woman after he told his family that the ghost of his dead ancestor told him to.
A new study from the Concordia University shows that friendships formed during early teen years can make a person feel empathy or apathy towards the society.
The number of obese people is rapidly increasing and more and more research work is done to find a solution for the epidemic that entails many health problems along with it. Obesity is a problem not only in adults but in children as well. From junk food to video games, many factors have been blamed on the additional pounds that people are increasingly adding to their frames. According to a new report, obesity has now become a bigger health crisis globally than hunger. It is also the leading cause of disabilities around the world, the report says.
While more and more people are choosing to live independently and not take up the responsibilities that marriage entails, researchers have found new evidence on the benefits of married life. A study suggests that women who are married tend to be safer in terms of suffering partner abuse or substance abuse. Also, married women are apparently less likely to suffer post-postpartum depression around the time of pregnancy compared to those who live with a partner. The study revealed that unmarried women who lived with a partner for less than two years were more likely to experience at least one of the three problems. However, the occurrence of these problems apparently came down as the time period of staying together with the partner increased.
A new study suggests that apart from all the leadership qualities that one may possess like right attitude, planning and implementation and an ability to motivate a team to work, it may also be helpful if he/she had a masculine voice. According to the study, people prefer male and female leaders with masculine voices. However, even in leadership roles that are typically held by women, both sexes prefer a woman leader with a low-pitched voice, the study suggests.
Staying active, productive, and keeping your mind at work, is a great way of staying healthy and happy. This is particularly true during lockdown, when it can feel easy to slip into a rut of laziness, without any clear-cut schedule. But with monotony talking its toll and resulting in a serious lack of motivation for many, how do we keep on top of a consistent workflow and schedule? Stuck for inspiration on how to stay productive and pro-active during the self-isolation, and also generally in your everyday life going forward? Take a look at this short list that we’ve compiled, detailing some practices that you might want to try and employ where possible.