Violent Jewish extremism in Israel, like Islamic State, needs to be confronted and destroyed; corporate crimes abounded in 2015; meanwhile, a neuroscientist has come up with theories about why daily rhythms change as one ages. These discoveries and more after the jump.
The charity Alzheimer’s Research UK is warning of a national health crisis, predicting that one in three people born in the country this year will develop dementia.
In a study of nearly a thousand 38-year-olds, scientists confirmed that people age biologically at wildly different rates.
Ever long to absorb information with the facility that children display while learning? A new "smart pill" may help adults do just that.
The famed fog of war is nothing compared to the fog of the future or, as I’ve often said, I’d be regularly riding my jetpack in traffic through the spired city of New York, as I was promised in my childhood. Our urge to predict the future is unsurpassed. Our ability to see it as it will be: next to nil.
Once something's out on the Web, it's hard to retract, even if it's factually incorrect; old age may not begin when we traditionally thought it did; meanwhile, Richard Martinez, the father of one of the Isla Vista shooting victims, hits the nail on the head when it comes to the politics behind many mass murders. These discoveries and more after the jump.
Could consuming a diet rich in animal protein be just as bad for you as smoking cigarettes?
A new study finds that the ratio of caregivers to the aging boomer generation will drop precipitously over the next several decades, portending a likely shortage of qualified helpers.
As a society, and as individuals, we are woefully unprepared for aging, even when it's our parents. About 34 million Americans provide at least some of the care for frail, aging family members, and yet we don't see it as a normal, predictable part of the life cycle.