Find articles on stress, phobias and schizophrenia. This section offers information on a range of mental health issues.
Is social media turning us all into raging narcissists? Probably not, but that doesn't mean your friends aren't sick of your selfies.
A new product uses sound waves to block the noise created by snorers. But does it really work?
Most animals don't feel shame, but humans do. Why would we evolve something that causes us pain, stress and discomfort?
Researchers found that many white adoptive parents thought African-American children were "too different" for them though they'd consider children of other races.
Experts are recommending that U.S. primary care physicians screen all adults for depression.
We sat down with magician Brian Brushwood to learn how con artists and hackers can fool their targets with something as simple as a conversation.
Or hey, maybe you'd love to see your favorite football team win the Super Bowl for 13 consecutive years? Yep, those are the crazy odds we're talking about.
Violent behavior within six months is significantly more likely in people with mental illness if they've experienced these three risk factors.
Yep, there's a whole world of collectors who are eager for unusual (and unused) air sickness bags.
Time to start taking "OMG OMG my heart's literally gonna explode" seriously. A new study shows "broken heart syndrome" has a happy – but still tragic – flip side.
Brittany Maynard brought the issue of medically assisted suicide into the mainstream when she moved to Oregon to end her life. We'll look at the pros and cons of this difficult issue.
Fine dining is full of intense pressure and really long hours for food professionals. One nonprofit is trying to change that reality.
And not just any artist, but post-impressionist superstar Vincent Van Gogh. All for just $10.
With 20 percent of U.S. women born after 1970 not having children, the question of who will provide elder care is becoming more urgent.
Reaching for another cookie? What goes into the cabinets has more of an impact on what goes into your mouth than you might suspect.
The Martian day lasts longer than ours, which means that people whose circadian rhythms are out of sync with our planet may do better colonizing our red neighbor.
If you felt slightly ill after watching "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in 3-D, you weren't alone. Although motion sickness is very common, scientists don't really know why we get it.
A degenerative neurological disease resembling Alzheimer's, chronic traumatic encephalopathy can result from years of head injuries, large and small.
Yep, a congenital condition called amusia ensures that about 4 percent of the population won't recognize or enjoy Adele's latest — or any other music.
Even so, those numbers aren't quite as high as you might think.
And you probably don't even realize you're doing it.
And the U.S. isn't the only country where this gender gap is closing.
Researchers discover five different types of procrastinators, including "well-adjusted."
If you've ever met someone who obsessively kept track of every perceived wrong committed against them, then you've met one. The problem is when they turn violent.
If the personality of an ambivert seems familiar, it's probably because you are one — or know someone who is one. But if we're all ambiverts, is the term meaningless?