Joined: Jun 1, 2015
Jennifer Billock is an award-winning writer, bestselling author, editor of Kitchen Witch Newsletter, and co-host of Macabre Traveler podcast.
Holiday movies play to our nostalgia bias, a cognitive process that makes us long for past times because we think they were somehow better than now.
A new type of drug that could eliminate two to four hot flashes per day could soon become a hot commodity.
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Whatever you consider to be the 'trial of the century,' chances are it wasn't the first, and it certainly won't be the last.
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From the origins of our species to clues about the future of the universe, scientific discoveries achieved in the last decade transformed our understanding of our world. Here are 14 of the most momentous.
Weighted blankets users swear by these coverings' comfort and anxiety-reducing qualities ... but some experts say the science behind their touted health benefits is still pretty light.
On April 22, 1970, Denis Hayes stood on a stage in Central Park, stunned by the number of people who'd come to honor the planet.
In the 27 years of SCIVIS, more than 3800 students from almost every state and more than 20 countries have attended.
Rediscover forgotten history—80 feet below the surface.