The barrage of tuneful negativity may have health consequences for elderly listeners.
Heavy lies the crown.
In every issue, we fix our gaze on an everyday photograph and chase down facts about details in the frame.
The latest entry in a special project in which business and labor leaders, social scientists, technology visionaries, activists, and journalists weigh in on the most consequential changes in the workplace.
There’s a strong cultural distaste for thinking about the elderly engaged in sexual activity, but we must if we’re going to protect an aging population.
Posting teen angst poetry and being part of an active commenting community helped Christine Friar digest the garden-variety pain of growing up, and—unbeknownst to her at the time—curbed the loneliness of being raised by one sick parent and one caretaker parent.
A Mayo Clinic study finds decades spent on creative work pay off.
Advocates argue that early release is the most compassionate and cost-effective solution.
New research from Finland finds there’s danger in thinking the worst of your fellow man.
Sorry to break it to you, TSwift. At least in terms of cognitive functioning while playing StarCraft 2, you're finished.
The Department of Justice has expanded eligibility for compassionate release. But whether that means more inmates are let out early depends on the “compassion” of prison officials.
A new study finds Finnish men who suffered long periods of unemployment were more likely to possess a genetic marker indicating premature aging.