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People can be lonely even if they’re married or have a ton of friends — and the ones we worry about probably aren’t those most at ri...
Being lonely and being alone are different things, and people are more likely to be lonely as teenagers and young adults than when they are older.
Symmetry, simplicity, and familiarity could all play a role in how attractive you appear to other people.
Constantly imagining the worst case scenario is called ‘catastrophising’ — here’s how to stop your mind from doing it
Catastrophising is when you let your mind constantly jump to the worst possible conclusions, and it's a very difficult habit to break. Here's why it's so common and how to stop yourself doing it.
When intimacy is scary, it's easier to act like you don't care.
If you ever had cockroaches in your house, you probably know how difficult it is to get rid of them. They are one of the most widespread and resilient creatures on Earth. But don't lose hope. There are ways to combat these pesky pests.
Sawing down desks and persevering through a hurricane— how one biotech startup is managing to stay in NYC
Starting a biotech in NYC can be rewarding, but it isn't always easy. An example is personalized reproductive health company Celmatix, which has stayed in the city for the past 9 years, despite cramped quarters and disruptions from a hurricane.
Cancer is everywhere. Here are 32 of the most potent, carcinogenic things you can put inside your body, breathe in, swallow, or be around. Reader beware.
The company behind America’s favorite hummus has funded an under-the-radar effort to make lab-grown steak
Aleph Farms is a Strauss Group-funded Israeli-based company that's out to make cuts of clean meat — not ground beef or patties — using the principles of regenerative medicine. Beef producers should take note.
There are a few simple, science-backed ways you can lower your "bad" cholesterol levels right now and stave off this potentially deadly condition. High levels of LDL cholesterol can cause heart disease and strokes, but many people don't even know they're at risk.
Scientists discovered a fossil of a giant penguin with a body length of around 150 centimetres.