Find articles on stress, phobias and schizophrenia. This section offers information on a range of mental health issues.
A new website will do the dirty work for you via Snapchat, text, letter or awkward phone call.
The threat of betrayal looms in all relationships. Wouldn't it be nice to know when it's coming?
Audio description is kind of like that friend who whispers key plot points to you during the movie when you miss them. It's pretty handy for blind film buffs.
Those vivid memories you have of traumatic moments? Fear may have made them less accurate than you think.
Scientists have found a way to send mice tumbling into REM sleep almost instantly. And that could have big implications for sleep research.
Science should be clean, simple, and just the facts, right? Unfortunately these traits of imperfect humans make perfect science tough to accomplish.
A study showed that self-professed experts claimed knowledge of concepts in their field that don't really exist.
But how they go about it may provide a lesson to sighted folks.
A nonsurgical electrical stimulation development can reawaken nerve connections in paralysis patients, and enable them to regain some movement.
Sure, a scream grabs your attention, but do you know why? It has to do with "roughness," a particular quality you can hear in some sounds that fluctuate rapidly.
Forget about shifty eyes — your nose heats up when you're not telling the truth.
For some people, kissing is an incredibly romantic act, but is it really? Why is exchanging saliva so celebrated in some cultures, but so alien in others?
Researchers believe that personality reveals geographical preferences, with introverts and extroverts heading for different vacation destinations.
If you're aware you're dreaming and you face certain death, does the real you die when the dream you does? It's a mind-bending question.
"Look on the bright side!" It's advice people have been doling out for ages, but could a positive outlook actually benefit your physical well-being?
Are you up with the birds or burning the midnight oil? Or somewhere in between? The reason why you love getting up early, or hate it, has a lot to do with genetics.
Are you a human barometer? Do changes in the weather cause you physical pain? Read this and find out if you can really feel the weather right down to your bones.
Girls have better taste than boys — as in the sense, that is. Find out why women's ability to distinguish between sweet and sour trumps mens'.
You probably already know that you don't get as much sleep as you need, but how much is enough?
Many of us who occasionally sacrifice sleep in favor of other tasks suffer the physical and mental side effects the next day. But what would happen if you never slept again?
Imagine how much you could get done without the need for sleep. An extra six to eight hours every day seems like a dream come true. Has the future arrived? Are we ready to embark on a waking life? Read this to find out.
When you start feeling sleepy, nothing perks you up better than a quick nap or cup of coffee. But did you know combining the two, even though it feels like a contradiction, gives you an even bigger boost? Here's why.
It's no rinky-dink Mickey Mouse clock. The body clock is a strange and wonderful thing, calibrated to reflect a variety of biological rhythms that you may not have known are beating inside your body. And scientists are still not sure why it exists.
If you can't make it through the day without a piece of chocolate, are you addicted to sugar? The jury's out on whether sugar addiction is truly an addiction, but there are ways anyone can become less dependent on the other white stuff.
Addiction manifests in many different ways. Substance abuse, compulsive gambling, shopping addiction -- but is it possible to become addicted to tattoos or piercings? Find out the psychology behind addiction and body modification.