When a term signifies something that does not exist, we need to examine our use of it.
Is the return to a simple life a “new” way to advertise our good qualities? An evolutionary perspective says yes.
The words we use to describe groups of people say a lot about what we’re grappling with as a society.
A new report suggests that cesarean births are leading to bigger babies—and more C-sections.
Sexual reproduction has been around for 2 billion years. But when did sex for pleasure arise? And how much did penises have to do with it?
An intriguing new study adds cred to the theory that Lucy and her relatives spent some of their time in trees.