Worries and fears and stress, oh my! This week, Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen reveals the two big beliefs that light up anxiety, plus how to pull the plug
What is so risky about Juno’s special maneuver? How close will the spacecraft get to the gas giant, and what does it hope to learn? Here are five quick facts summarizing the excitement around the recent Juno mission to Jupiter
Does soap really kill germs like it's supposed to?
It’s been about a year since we covered "How to Talk To Kids About Terrorism," and sadly, the topic is still as timely as ever
Can cutting out grains help prevent or even reverse tooth decay? Nutrition Diva explores the science and lore of remineralization
Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen reveals seven ways to tell if someone is lying
Do you have a family or personal history of breast cancer? If so, it's important to learn if and when you should get gene testing
Computers streamline everything we do, from making our grocery list to checking the weather. With the Apple iOS Store adding ~20,000 apps per month, more and more of us are trying our hand at computer programming. But who was the first computer programmer?
Have you ever wondered how people figured out their latitude back in the days before the Internet? Did you know you can use the same math trick they used to pinpoint your latitude today? Keep on reading to find out how it works
Anxiety and depression are both challenging disorders—to make matters worse, they occur together up to 50 percent of the time