Namibian hunter-gatherers deride those who stand out. What does this tell us about why, and how, we care about fairness?
Eyebrows lack an obvious function. Does new research solve the riddle of these thin arcs of facial hair?
Prospective parents often panic about the suitability of their homes, staging their lives and houses for inspection to comply with a host of unwritten rules. Very little of this helps get children into loving families.
Don’t worry, parents. When it comes to potty training, you almost can’t go wrong.
Grief makes sense of loss and opens us to rebuilding all that is meaningful in life. Society would benefit if public grief were acknowledged more.
Cultures around the world fear unrequited love. One strategy to avoid the pain of rejection might be to spread your love around—but does that work?