Sugar rushes just aren’t a thing, researchers say

Can this bitter myth just go away already?

In pain after a breakup? These three strategies can help you ease the suffering, study shows

No, none of them involved getting black-out drunk.

Do fish have feelings? Intriguing new study suggests so

Not only do fish have feelings, but this ability might have evolved hundreds of millions of years ago.

Bees can feel optimism, possibly other ’emotion-like states’ as well, study finds

All it takes to make them happy is some sugar.

These are the six emotional arcs of storytelling, big data study shows

Here’s what makes a story tick.

The ‘neurocam’ records your most precious moments – do we need it though?

With Google Glass, the search engine giant wants to bring social networking and personal video editing a step further, by offering the means to record, edit, augment reality and share your point of view in real time. It’s very interesting, and I’m guessing Glass is where Dr. Yasue Mitsukura of Keio University, Japan got the inspiration for her ‘neurocam’. This

After studying dog emotions with MRI: “Dogs are people, too”

Most dog owners will tell you that their pets are awesome, and if you ask them if they think their dog loves them, most of the time you’ll be met with a positive answer. But do dogs feel love or any kind positive emotion to similar to how a human does? This is a question that has eluded scientists for