The Boxer and the Batterer
Floyd Mayweather Jr. has bobbed, weaved, and danced through domestic violence accusations for much of his career. On the verge of the biggest fight in recent history, can we separate the athlete from the abuser?
Double Trouble: Two Bad Habits That Kill Relationships
Two sign posts that you are headed in the wrong direction in your relationship and how to get it right.
Why Face-To-Face Contact Matters In Our Digital Age
In villages in Sardinia, 10 times as many men live past 100 than the average. Why? A key reason is that they are not lonely. Psychologist Susan Pinker on the importance of face-to-face contact in our era of disbanded families and virtual connections
Elimination Diets (Infographic)
Food sensitivities are more common than you may think— and they can cause acne, allergies, migraines, and more. Find out if you need to adjust your regular menu with an elimination diet.
The Evolution Of The Runner’s High: How Endurance Exercise Changes Your Brain
It’s true: a marijuana-like high is possible to experience during endurance exercise. But only recently has science started to understand what exactly causes it.
Penile Strain Gauges And Other Strange Devices Of Sex Science
What do rigidity detectors, male vibrators, and penile strain gauges all have in common? Aside from making some people uncomfortable, they’re featured in the collection of the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction.