Seal hunters may have washed up on the shores of North America's east coast 13,500 years ago.
The rich ecosystem may have provided a logical path for humans to migrate from Asia thousands of years ago.
The smell of your armpits, the symmetry of your face, and your waist-to-hip ratio all factor in to a prospective Valentine's decision. But what makes lasting love?
Researchers let mice get hassled, then delete a gene in their brains to help relieve the stress. Would it work in humans?
Scientists don't know if it really matters, but now they've traced the differences back to their origin.
New study suggests everybody has inherent understanding of triangles and other basic geometry concepts.
Men and women feel empathy for likeable people, but men seem to get satisfaction from seeing the loathsome suffer.