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Why 'The First Thing That Comes To Mind' Probably Isn't Your Honest Answer

When you don't have time to think, research suggests you're probably going to lie.

Sarah Fielding
6 minutes ago

Scientists Develop Tool To Show How Our Microbiome Changes Over Time

A new study, published in Nature Communications, introduces a tool that can measure changes in the microbiome—on a cellular level—over time.

A High-Sugar Diet Leads To Acne More Than Tobacco Use, Study Finds

Eating processed sugar takes the cake when it comes to this unfavorable skin condition.

Jamie Schneider
3 days ago

Slow Walkers May Be At Risk Of Accelerated Aging, New Study Finds

The next time you find yourself on a stroll, it may be worth it to monitor your speed.

Jamie Schneider
3 days ago

Parents Are Happier When Child Care Is Split Equally, Study Finds

Research shows parents are less happy than nonparents. But gender equality is changing that.

Kelly Gonsalves
3 days ago

Outdoor Preschools Are Now Legal In Washington State

Washington state lawmakers made outdoor preschools fully legal, which means they can hold full-day programs.

New Study Finds Hair Loss May Be Connected To Air Pollution

Optimal skin health goes way beyond caring for just the face.

Jamie Schneider
October 8

Study Finds This Gene-Editing Tool May Be The Secret To Better Gut Health

New study suggests we may be able to use CRISPR, a gene-editing tool, to alter the microbiome and kill specific bacteria.

4 Family Dynamics That May Have A Lasting Impact On Your Mental Health

Your family relationships as a kid may affect your risk of depression as an adult.

Kelly Gonsalves
October 7

3 Ways To Get More Comfortable Asking For What You Want In Bed

Is talking about your sexual desires super awkward for you? You're not alone.

Kelly Gonsalves
October 6

This Is How Fiber In Your Diet Helps Combat Diabetes & Heart Disease

New study shows how eating a high-fiber diet for six months can prevent heart disease and diabetes.

Why You Shouldn't Lie To Your Kids, No Matter How Young They Are

It might seem easier now, but it can cause problems for them later in life.

Kelly Gonsalves
October 5