Why Do We Get Goosebumps?
We've all been there when it gets a bit chilly and you end up with goosebumps. But have you ever wondered why and how we get them?
Psychiatrists Can't Agree About This New Disorder
Prolonged grief disorder recently debuted in both of the two manuals that clinicians use to diagnose psychological conditions. But the DSM and the ICD don't completely agree on what it is.
Do Gut Microbes Control Your Personality? | Kathleen McAuliffe | TED
Biologist Kathleen McAuliffe dives into new research that suggests certain bacteria in your gut can influence major parts of who you are, from your personality to life-changing neurological disorders.
Why Do Onions Make Us Cry?
Hayley explains the science behind why onions make us cry, and what we can do to prevent this.
Inside Jay Pharoah’s antifragile mindset
ay Pharoah is known best for his impressions, but he’s got a lot more going on.
The Best Keyboard, According to Science
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How to know if you're being selfish (and whether or not that's bad) - Mark Hopwood
Explore a classic philosophical debate and decide: is it human nature to be selfish? And if so, is it possible to overcome it?
Ancient History: India (Maurya Empire)
Take a quick dive into the history of ancient India's Maurya Empire.
Why We Need To Teach Astronomy
People don’t understand the scale of the Universe.
Keep Calm And Recover From Surgery Faster
Can keeping calm before a surgery reduce negative outcomes? More than one study says "Yes."
Ancient History: Athens
Take a quick dive into the history of ancient Athens.
Your Tattoo is INSIDE Your Immune System. Literally
Your tattoos are inside your immune system, literally. With each very tasteful piece of art, you kick start a drama with millions of deaths,
grand sacrifices and your immune system stepping in to protect you from yourself.
Buried Secrets of the Bible with Albert Lin: Sodom & Gomorrah
Albert Lin reveals real events behind the epic biblical story of Sodom and Gomorrah.
Why AI Will Spark Exponential Economic Growth | Cathie Wood | TED
Investor Cathie Wood explores this unique moment in technology, which she sees as being marked by the simultaneous evolution of five pivotal innovation platforms — a scenario unparalleled in history.
Ancient History: India (Gupta Dynasty)
Take a quick dive into the history of ancient India's Gupta Dynasty.
A Tour of the Cell: Crash Course Biology #23
The cell is the basic unit of life, and our understanding of it has advanced as science, and the tools available to scientists, has advanced.
The #1 antidote to aging | Daniel Lieberman, Morgan Levine & more
5 health experts, including Harvard professor Daniel Lieberman, share the exact ways exercise can lead to a healthier lifespan.
Ancient History: Greece
Take a quick dive into the history of ancient Greece.
The time I was a human incubator
Premature babies majorly benefit from skin-to-skin contact with a parent –also known as “kangaroo care”– because it reduces infections and hypothermia and increases weight gain and parental involvement.
Ancient History: Sparta
Take a quick dive into the history of ancient Sparta.
Can AI Catch What Doctors Miss? | Eric Topol | TED
AI could propel the biggest transformation in the history of medicine, says physician-scientist Eric Topol.