Roasting? 7 Scientific Ways to Beat the Heat As summer heats up, you may be looking for ways to avoid the heat, beyond the common advice of drinking water and staying inside during the hottest parts of the day. Here are seven science-based tips for staying cool.
True New Yorkers: Not Much Fazes NYC Squirrels Researchers observed that a certain species of squirrel in New York City adapts its behavior to that of humans by avoiding unnecessary contact with people and going about its day uninterrupted.
On Dates with Men, Nice Girls Finish First Men really do prefer nice gals, or those who are responsive to their needs, while ladies show no such attraction, say scientists who suggest such nice gals may be more sexually arousing.
Are Women Really the Chattier Sex? Despite stereotypes, women are only more talkative in certain contexts, new research finds. The study highlights the need to consider the situation in understanding gendered behavior.