When William Shakespeare famously wrote that the eyes are the window to your soul, he didn't have the benefit of scientific studies. As it would turn out, research carried out centuries after he shared this insight backs him up.
Does it matter whether you meet a potential mate at a party or a class? A new study has found that where you meet a love interest can say a lot about their personality — and whether a relationship will last.
With the hassles of everyday life, it's easy for a bad day to take a downward spiral. Studies show that you can feel better by engaging the five senses. Here are five research-backed ways to de-stress and connect more deeply to your senses.
Opposites attract, and likes repel. When it comes to magnetism, this principle is axiomatic. But does it also hold true for romantic relationships? New research suggests that when it comes to matters of the heart, well, it's complicated.
Are you under deadline? Do you have to work with a difficult colleague? Have you been tasked with writing an important speech for your boss? Workplace stress is difficult to avoid. Here are some tools — backed by science — that may help calm you down and clear your mind.
It turns out that there may be bigger differences between Early Birds and Night Owls than just the time they go to sleep. A new study reveals that bedtime might also be linked to relationship orientation.
Dozens died in the tornado that barreled through Moore, Oklahoma. For those who lost loved ones, the grief is unimaginable. The mental health professionals in Moore are there to provide the bereaved with much-needed comfort, but also to encourage them to talk about what they experienced. But is talking about loss always therapeutic?