Only 7-15% of PhD candidates finish their doctorates on time, and, after that, many of them work unpaid to complete their degrees. Why is this the case, is it acceptable, and how can the situation be improved?
Some women are more forgetful during pregnancy, while others feel the same as before. Scientific evidence shows that some forms of memory function can be impaired during pregnancy, but this is not the case for all cognitive processes. If pregnancy forgetfulness is in fact a thing, we should be careful with how we, as a society, interpret this.
Scientists don’t agree on whether cell phone radiation is safe for our health. If you’re concerned, here’s how to reduce your exposure to this type of radiation when using your phone.
We often think that we make the best decisions when we’re completely rational. However, neuroscience shows that emotions help us make better decisions. Here’s how.