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Having multiple pets isn't for everyone.

9 studies that prove cats make the best pets

Recent research suggests that cats love their owners, recognize when you call for them, and owning one can even improve your health.
One of the most enduring sex myths is that penis size is correlated with shoe size.

Science says there’s no correlation between penis size and shoe size

INSIDER consulted with medical experts and reviewed scientific studies to find out if there's any connection between shoe size and penis length.
Many important discoveries were made in 2018.

10 of the most important things we learned about mental health this year

In 2018, researchers worked tirelessly to combat a range of mental health issues. Here are 10 of the most important things they learned.
People are waiting longer to get married than ever before.

You’ll be shocked at how long the average couple waits before getting married

People are waiting longer than ever before to tie the knot, according to a new survey. And it's way longer than you think.

Everything we learned about the health effects of marijuana in 2017

With marijuana now more accessible — legally — than ever, more researchers are weighing in on its health effects.

Nearly half of tech ‘unicorns’ rely on tricky math to land imaginary valuations

Two business school professors found that tech unicorns routinely overstated the value of their companies.

That viral ‘diet drinks cause dementia’ story reveals a bigger problem with how science gets reported

Observational studies can tell us if there's a connection between two things, but they can't tell us if one thing necessarily causes the other.

Gluten-free diets may contain poisonous agents — here’s how to protect yourself

Gluten free diets have become increasingly popular in America, but unfortunately, they can harbor some awfully nasty substances: arsenic, and mercury.

Millennials would rather delete their main calling app than Snapchat

Millennials hate calling so much that they'd rather delete their main phone app than remove Snapchat or Pokémon Go from their phone, according to a survey.