The Key to Success is Looking Like You Work Hard, Study Suggests

By Jesse Miller V - May 11, 2015

If you’re looking to get ahead professionally, hard work might not be the best way to get there. According to … Continue reading


Study Reveals That People Stop Listening to New Music By Age 33

By Max Chang - May 6, 2015

A new online study suggests that as we age, we tend to stop looking for new music and settle with what … Continue reading


Men With Older Sisters Are Less Competitive, According to New Study

By Editorial Staff - Apr 24, 2015

If you’re a man and you find your competitive nature getting the best of you more often than not, it … Continue reading


This One Word Is the Key to Never Getting Frustrated

By Max Chang - Apr 17, 2015

Imagine you are in your car driving to work in the morning. As usual you are in a hurry, and … Continue reading


New Study Suggests Women Prevent Other Women From Landing Leadership Positions

By Augustine Reyes Chan - Apr 13, 2015

Looking for a job is hard. If you’re a woman in a managerial position looking for a higher role, the … Continue reading


Study Reveals Surprising Truth About People Who Bite Their Nails

By Max Chang - Apr 8, 2015

You can usually spot a nervous person by their bad habits like incessant nail-biting, leg-shaking, hair-pulling or even gross skin-picking, … Continue reading


Gender Inequality Starts as Early as Childhood, Study Suggests

By Jacob Wagner - Mar 31, 2015

Inequality between men and women doesn’t start in the office — it starts at home, with mom and dad. Research … Continue reading


New Study Suggests Eating Bacon May Prolong Life, Make it More Amazing

By Sarah Lesnar - Mar 25, 2015

OK, don’t freak out or anything, but bacon might actually help you live longer. Science gifts us the magic of … Continue reading


New Study Finds That Money Literally Makes You Cold

By Jacob Wagner - Mar 6, 2015

  A new study may offer the real reason behind why Mark Zuckerberg is always wearing a hoodie. New research … Continue reading


Study Reveals The Crucial Traits That Separate Entrepreneurs From Employees

By Augustine Reyes Chan - Feb 23, 2015

In 2013, the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) found that 13% of the U.S. population were entrepreneurs running a business or … Continue reading