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Science Just Busted This Age-Old Coffee Myth

Considering yourself a coffee addict might not be such a bad thing after all.

Emi Boscamp
January 27 2016

Eating More Of This Fat Could Save Your Life

The word "fat" has a bad connotation, but as we all know, not all fat is created equal.

Emi Boscamp
January 21 2016

What Your Favorite Social Media Platform Says About Your Health

You know that how much you use your phone can be an indicator of how present you're being.

Emi Boscamp
January 14 2016

How Being A Workaholic Affects Your Love Life

No one wants to be working long hours all the time, so when you have to, you might feel a little guilty — for sitting too long, not getting any...

Emi Boscamp
January 8 2016

Your Friends Are Just As Important To Your Health As Diet & Exercise

When it comes to staying healthy, eating right and working out are no-brainers. But there is something equally — but not as obviously — valuable to...

Emi Boscamp
January 6 2016

New Research Proves That Plant-Based Diets Don't Have To Be Expensive

Sure, we think. Of course Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady can eat like that. They can afford it.

Emi Boscamp
January 6 2016

This Is How Often Women Criticize Themselves Every Day

One of the very first things we do in the morning: look in the mirror. And the first thing to follow that is likely some kind of put-down.

Emi Boscamp
January 4 2016

This Is How To Take The Most Memorable Photo, According To Science

In the era of Instagram, we're constantly asking ourselves, "How do I get more likes?"

Emi Boscamp
December 22 2015

Want To Up Your Athletic Endurance? Have A Cup Of Coffee

What should you drink before you go on that ambitious morning run? Sure, water's always good, but what you should really be guzzling, according to new...

Emi Boscamp
December 21 2015

A Brain Scan Can Reveal Whether Or Not You Have Christmas Spirit

Are you the type of person who groans loudly every year the first time you see a Christmas commercial (likely the day after Thanksgiving)? Or are you...

Emi Boscamp
December 18 2015

Science Says Most Cancer Cases Are Actually Avoidable

Cancer has become so rampant that we all seem to have been touched by it in some way — be it a friend or a relative with the disease. It seems to...

Emi Boscamp
December 17 2015

What Your F-Bomb Habit Says About Your Intelligence

Remember when your mom used to tell you that you sounded less intelligent than you were when you cursed?

Emi Boscamp
December 15 2015

Can You Fall In Love With Someone With 36 Questions? Watch These Strangers Try

Love at first sight is a bit of a stretch — it's probably just attraction — but what about love after 36 questions?

Emi Boscamp
December 14 2015

Good News! Being Grumpy Won't Kill You

It's a widely held belief that if you're happy, you'll live longer.

Emi Boscamp
December 10 2015

Science Says If You Text Like This, You're A Jerk

You might not need to have perfect grammar when texting (please use the right their, there, and they're, though), but you should definitely pay close...

Emi Boscamp
December 9 2015

Could The Answer To Reducing Obesity Be Legalizing Marijuana?

There are plenty of benefits of legalizing medical marijuana, but who would have thought that — with weed's famously munchies-inducing qualities —...

Emi Boscamp
December 9 2015

The Reason You Keep Getting Unfriended On Facebook (According to Science)

Apparently, there is something that can make your Facebook friends roll their eyes even more than posting "inspirational" quotes: talking politics.

Emi Boscamp
December 7 2015

The Surprising Health Benefit Of Being Single

To all the single people currently being bombarded by engagement photos on Facebook and Instagram: You might actually be better off than...

Emi Boscamp
December 4 2015

Science Says Exercise Might Make People Drink More Alcohol

Beer and exercise go hand in hand. No, we don't hydrate on the treadmill with a cold one, but we might celebrate a big physical feat with a pint or...

Emi Boscamp
December 2 2015

Good News For Meat Lovers! This Is How To Prepare It For Lowest Cancer Risk

Meat lovers just can't win lately. At the end of October, a research division of the World Health Organization announced that bacon, sausage, and...

Emi Boscamp
November 24 2015