Neuromyths: Girls on desk looking at notebook

Neuromyths: No, You Don’t Have a Learning Style!

Neuromyths are unfounded rumours about how our brains work. Find out why this means you’re not a visual, verbal or tactile learner. (5:30 min read)

Social Media - Anxious Woman in Dark with Keyboard

Social Media Distancing: Flattening the Infodemic Curve

Social media distancing might be another habit we all need to learn. Find out why we tend to spread misinformation and what we can do all do about it. (5:00 min read)

Benefits of Nature - Man Hiking on Trail

Benefits of Nature Confirmed by Science

The benefits of nature have been touted by folks who love the outdoors for centuries. Find out how a new study shows that they've been absolutely right all along. (4:00 min read)

Headline Stress Disorder

Headline Stress Disorder and the Holidays

Headline Stress Disorder is a new term that's catching on with mental health professionals. Find out what it is and how to avoid it during the holidays. (4:00 min read)

Need to Sleep

We All Need to “Sleep and Dream of Sheep”

Everyone knows they need to sleep. Now, scientists have discovered how the brain flushes toxins out of our brains while we are asleep. Find out what this means for our health and well being. (4:00 min read)

Hard to be humble

It’s Hard (But Good For You) to be Humble

A new study reviews the scientific literature on humility. Researchers found that humility is good for us. Find out why. (4:00 min read)

Can a Contest Solve Human Consciousness?

The Templeton Foundation is funding competitions between rival theories about human consciousness. Here's how it will work. (3:30 min read)