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Apparently Cats Are Really Into Nutrition, Too

Compared to its archnemesis the dog, who will scarf down just about anything—including socks—the cat, unsurprisingly, has a much more sophisticated...

Emi Boscamp
June 23 2016

People Who Favor This Kind Of Beer Are Healthier

They prefer to savor their beer rather than chug it.

Emi Boscamp
June 20 2016

Coffee May Protect Against Cancer — Unless It's Too Hot

We'll raise a mug to that.

Emi Boscamp
June 15 2016

Avocados Might Be The Perfect Pregnancy Food, According To Science

Not that you needed another reason to stuff your face with guac.

Emi Boscamp
May 26 2016

Women Are Tweeting Half Of All The Sexist Things On Twitter

You'd think more women would have each other's backs.

Emi Boscamp
May 26 2016

Does A 1-Minute Workout Really Work?

Focusing too much on fitness shortcuts may mean we're missing out on some of the most precious payoffs of exercise.

Leah Pellegrini
May 17 2016

Is Your Ex A Psychopath? Science Says This Is How To Tell

Does your ex just keep on coming back for more?

Emi Boscamp
May 11 2016

You Can Only Have This Many Friends At A Time, Science Says

Taylor Swift may ​think ​she's best friends with Selena Gomez, Lily Aldridge, Gigi Hadid, Karlie Kloss, and all 75.8 million of her Instagram...

Emi Boscamp
May 2 2016

People With More Friends Can Handle Pain Better, Study Says

Might be time to expand that social network of yours.

Emi Boscamp
April 28 2016

Ugly Produce Might Be Healthier Than The Pretty Stuff

Don't judge a cuke by its cover.

Emi Boscamp
April 28 2016

Women Who Are Cheated On By Men "Win" In The Long Run, Study Says

In the wise words of Beyoncé, "You thought that I'd be weak without you, but I'm stronger."

Emi Boscamp
April 27 2016

Uncertainty Is More Painful Than Pain Itself, Study Says

But there's a silver lining: not all anxiety is counterproductive.

Emi Boscamp
April 5 2016

The Science Behind Closing Your Eyes When You Kiss

It's not because you're afraid of seeing the other person's face too closely or coming off as creepy with wide-open eyes.

Emi Boscamp
March 28 2016

Study Says Blondes Are Actually The Smartest

They not only have more fun—they have more brains, too.

Emi Boscamp
March 24 2016

Want To Amp Up Your Workout? Eat Chocolate

Whether you're looking for an athletic edge or an excuse to indulge, dark chocolate has got your back.

Emi Boscamp
March 23 2016

This Might Be The Natural Solution To Chronic Back Pain

It may be more effective—and last longer—than traditional physical therapy and medication for treating chronic back pain.

Emi Boscamp
March 22 2016

Meditating Before You Exercise Could Help You Fight Depression

Meditation and exercise affect the same areas of the brain in different ways. So, what happens if we combine the two?

Emi Boscamp
March 16 2016

If You're Friends With A Narcissist, You're Probably One, Too

It's sort of like: you support my hugely inflated ego, and I'll support yours.

Emi Boscamp
March 16 2016

Millennials Would Rather Exercise Than Drink, Study Says

We're over kamikaze shots and Long Island Ice Teas and sake bombs. We're grown-ups now.

Emi Boscamp
March 14 2016