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The Science of Pillow Talk
Does more testosterone mean less patience for post-sex chatting?
The New Science of Not Giving a Shit
Slackers' brains might have something in common. Or, whatever.
Are Sarcasm and Creativity Linked?
Go ahead, roll those eyes.
How We Treated Narcolepsy, Then vs. Now
From noticing the disease in the 1600s to pinpointing its cause in the 2000s.
Chew on This: The Case for Gum's Brain-Boosting Abilities
For 75 years, scientists have looked for a connection between gum-chewing and cognition. Does one exist?
Can Believing You Sleep Well Erase the Effects of a Poor Night's Rest?
Is ignorance about a poor night's sleep really bliss?
Scientists Are Learning How to Influence Our Memory As We Sleep
Researchers are hard at work on a method of memory activation that could not only help people learn languages faster, but also help people eliminate terrifying remembrances. The best part? It'll happen while we sleep.
Baby Monkeys Smile in Their Sleep
And the adorable sight hints at a much larger purpose.