A new study isn't enough to resolve decades of debate, even if many media outlets reported it that way.
So far, attempts to optimize our diets based on our DNA have not panned out.
Rigorous study of the Fisher Temperament Inventory is still in its infancy—much like our understanding of the relationship between neurobiology and personality to begin with.
Some doctors' manuals from the 19th century do list Lactuca virosa as a pain reliever, but there's little evidence that it works.
Research shows that, while people feel more in control after a "power pose," there are no significant changes in their overall behavior.
New Age meditation practices are being deployed everywhere—from prisons to tense office buildings.
There's plenty of (scientific) reason to believe that teenagers aren't nearly as shallow as we often assume.
Do men forgo food for sex? So says one newspaper.