This is Why Women are Always Freezing in the Office, According to Science

By Max Chang - 13 hours ago

A new study has finally validated the anecdotal problem of women always feeling cold in offices — yes, offices are … Continue reading


Bullies Are Sexier and More Popular Than You, New Study Finds

By Editorial Staff - Jul 30, 2015

That bully from high school that you’ve never forgiven and the jerk you share an office with at work could … Continue reading


New Research Reveals the Best Age to Get Married if You Don’t Want a Divorce

By Sarah Lesnar - Jul 23, 2015

New research says that getting married at a much older age may no longer be the best move for those … Continue reading


A 20-Year Study Reveals Which Skills Will Make Your Child Most Successful in Life

By Max Chang - Jul 23, 2015

If you want ensure that your child has the best chances for being successful in life, you may want to … Continue reading


Here’s How Your Phone Can Tell if You are Depressed

By Max Chang - Jul 16, 2015

While there are already apps that give smartphones the capability to track how often you have sex or even menstruate, researchers have found … Continue reading


Study of 500 Millionaires Reveals the Most Common Trait For Success

By Riley Schatzle - Jul 1, 2015

The biggest difference between a millionaire and non-millionaire might be more than just the money — it could be a … Continue reading


Why Men Shouldn’t Negotiate with Beautiful Women, According to New Study

By Riley Schatzle - Jun 30, 2015

A new study conducted by Chinese psychologists confirms that men are willing to sacrifice possessions, ideals and integrity to make … Continue reading


Hong Kong Among Cities with Least Attractive People in the World, According to Tinder Survey

By Riley Schatzle - Jun 26, 2015

According to a new study conducted by market research institution Gfk, Americans view the people of Los Angeles as the most … Continue reading


Kids of Working Moms Grow Up to Be More Successful, Harvard Study Finds

By Max Chang - Jun 16, 2015

A new study has found that the children of working mothers are more likely to grow up to be successful … Continue reading


People Born in These Two Months Have a Higher Risk For Disease in Life, Study Finds

By Max Chang - Jun 10, 2015

A recent Columbia University study has found that the month you were born in affects your chances of catching certain … Continue reading