I'll be your host tonight, as we explore the mysteries of human behavior as perceived through the very limited point of view of a 20 year old college student. So, are you ready to dive in? Today's question regards the ever-enduring topic of weight loss, in particular the inexplicable...

Fascinating: Gut bacteria are bullies in your body who demand you to eat pizza or go on a Nutella devouring spree, according to the Atlantic. Do you trust your gut? Buzzfeed has a pretty good packing list for freshmen. ELLE shares some good skincare tips from a facialist. Speaking of

It just has to be applicable to human behavior. Did you always want to work together, being twins? T: We naturally do, it wasn't even a choice. We had our own language in the crib, we even remember a few words. We've just always been very connected, we're lucky like that because not all...

Pollution from ships is a major concern for environmentalists as ship pollution affects marine biodiversity, coastal areas and is indirectly linked to human health and climate change. Fain said the cruise line has incorporated the latest, cutting edge energy efficiency and environmental...

As always with this contest, art imitated life, highlighting the farcical fabulousness of human behavior long after submissions stopped pouring in. Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post This year's winner: OccuPeep D.C., seen above and in the next photo. Deb Lindsey for The Washington...

This really disgusts me, for human behavior. There is such thing as 'netiquette' and expressing yourself online shouldn't be so repulsive, gaudy or ridiculous. We live in a day and age in which communicating online is not very different from communicating in person, and the same ideology of...

The new gritty film explores the link between human nature and animal instinct- whilst highlighting our methods of marking our territory by use of unique arts such as graffiti and various other streets arts. I've expressed admiration of Wrangler's advertising campaigns and like the rest I...

Human Behavior / Economics Instead of opposing redistribution because people expect to make it to the top of the economic ladder, the authors of the new paper argue that people don't like to be at the bottom. One paradoxical consequence of this "last-place aversion" is that some poor people...

By Jocelyn - Wednesday, June 15th, 2011 at 2:14pm A new study revealed by Discovery Newsclaims that promiscuity that identified a genetic link to such behavior! Moral objections aside, promiscuity can benefit a species because it often results in more progeny with greater genetic...

 

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