Because of their height, giraffes require scarily high blood pressures — yet they escape the massive health problems that plague people with hypertension. Can clinicians learn from these animals? By Bob […]
Q&A — Psychologist Susan Turk Charles As people grow older, they gain greater control of their feelings. How do they do that — and can they teach young whippersnappers a thing or two? […]
Opinion OPINION: Under the right conditions (i.e., not during a pandemic), telework can be great for both employers and employees By Ariane Ollier-Malaterre 4.26.2021 Related: Walking Into the Future of Remote Work […]
Reset Conspiracy theories seem to meet psychological needs and can be almost impossible to eradicate. One remedy: Keep them from taking root in the first place. By Greg Miller 1.14.2021 Assorted Ideas, […]
Traffic planners, securities traders and military strategists all use it. Simulating the behavior of millions of idiosyncratic individuals also may be the best way to understand complex phenomena like pandemics.
Best known as a holiday trimming, the parasitic plant is a botanical luminary in its own right. Research suggests it may give as much as it receives from the flora and fauna […]
Opinion OPINION: Women have been pulled away from their jobs during the pandemic. Here’s what they need right now from male allies in the office. By W. Brad JohnsonBy David G. Smith […]
Itching has myriad causes and mechanisms, many of which remain elusive. Scientists are making headway on parsing its biological underpinnings, in hope of better treatments. By Katherine Harmon Courage 11.6.2020