Constant location-sharing is now the norm for some friend groups.
How a concrete waterfowl in a funny outfit conquered the heartland.
Instead of going door-to-door, many parents are taking their kids elsewhere to get candy.
The “continuous trauma” of a drawn-out event like the Austin bombings is different than a one-time disaster.
How a bird in the left turn lane captivated, united, and divided a town.
Science is learning more about the health benefits of going outside—at a time when access to wild spaces is ever-more unequal.
A study looks at how phone snubbing—“phubbing”—became socially acceptable.
Ancient Rome’s toilets, sewers, and bathhouses may have been innovative, but they didn’t do much to improve public health.
You should probably email a teenager on a weekday morning, a new study suggests.
There’s something to be said for taking the long way home.
Malls around the country are closing, leaving teens with one fewer place to just be.
The study of "latrinalia" reveals deep connections between environment, social mores, and why dudes draw penises while women tend to scribble romantic poetry in public potties.
The way society is organized means that most of us don't sleep when our bodies naturally want to. A small town in Germany wants to change that.