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A small, Seattle-based study will look to see if the psychedelic can alleviate the pandemic’s mental health impact.
One theory for catatonia is that it is similar to an animal's “death feint.”
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Hippocrates overturned conventional wisdom and invented modern medicine.
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Many people believe that in the face of profound evil, they would have the courage to speak up. It might be harder than we think.
The Field Medal was created to elevate promising mathematicians from underrepresented demographics. But has it followed through on that goal?
The number of people with dementia is expected to triple by 2060.
Through self-tracking and self-experimentation, we can greatly improve our cognitive capacity.
Science has come a long way since Mary Shelley penned "Frankenstein." But we still grapple with the same questions.
The more horror we consume, the harder it becomes to find a good scare. These genuinely unsettling movies should get you in the mood for Halloween.
For some reason, the bodies of deceased monks stay "fresh" for a long time.
The serotonin theory of depression started to be widely promoted in the 1990s, coinciding with a push to prescribe more SSRIs.
The wise, the old, and the experienced matter to a full and happy life.
Researchers develop the first objective tool for assessing the onset of cognitive decline through the measurement of white spots in the brain.
He wear no shoeshine, he got toe-jam football...
Scientists watch as mice mouse around an onscreen maze.
Most cities reeked of death, defecation, and industrial waste. Still, focusing only on stench means turning a blind eye (or nose) to the many other smells that helped shape human history.
The very concept of a "problem with no solution" goes against human nature. But we must accept this harsh reality to have peace in our lives.
Johns Hopkins researchers hope this could lead to new interventions for combating it.
The conventional wisdom may be wrong. Consulting Google for information about medical symptoms might not be as counterproductive as commonly thought, new research suggests.
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