Well, it’s official. Science believes that we are split into two camps. The people who annoy us constantly, and everyone else.
According to numerous internet studies, Christmas is the most likely time that we’re either getting busy, or busy breaking up.
According to a recent study, we often call people by the wrong name…because we love them. The closer they are to us, the less accurate we are. But it’s all love. Right?
According to an expansive new study, when the temperature rises, so does our propensity to commit crime.
According to one University, sexual intercourse with your ex will not stop you from moving on. It seems a bit…collegiate, though.
According to a recent study, Dogs seem to understand the nonsense that we babble at them. However, with researchers not entirely sure, our dogs might be humouring us. They would do that.
According to a world-wide measure of our feelings, 2017 was the worst year in a decade. Hooray.
We’ve all been levelled with a brain teaser in an interview. However, a new study believes that only the most inept rely on them.
According to a new psychological study, those who are either too smart/kind/chill are destined to be single forever. Soz.
According to one Hong Kong study, commuter trains are actually home to living communities of bacteria. What’s worse is that they’re spread wide over the city by home time. Enjoy.
Saying goodbye to your dog is brutal. However, one study believes that it is much harder than farewelling a relative. Seems legit.
We’ve all toyed with the idea of learning a new language or business plan in our sleep. However, a new study thinks that we’re doomed to fail. Killjoys.
A recent study asked if we were walking our dogs enough. Disappointingly, there was an important voice missing from the data.
One UK based study believes that increasing the number of concerts you see increases your time on this earth. Sure, but what about my ears?
We all do it, but substituting real words for emoji twists the perception that others have of us. Science says so. Knife emoji.
According to a Canadian study, those who are perpetually in a bad mood actually perform better. Guess I won’t work on my problems, then.
According to the findings of a new study, those who wear business ties are cutting off circulation to their brains. Just sounds like an excuse for their terrible behaviour.
According to a wave of recent studies, it seems that those who settle on a doctor stick around on this planet for longer.
Well, one particular study has discovered a rather awful point. An extremely hot day is more painful to us than divorce.
According to a new study, the type of music a restaurant plays directly influences what we order. Bon Jovi > Diet.
According to a new study, the longer you Tinder the more likely the app will change how your brain literally operates.
To reign in childhood obesity, the UK is banning chocolate at the checkout aisle, as well as prohibiting the sale of energy drinks. Should we do the same here?