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How a personalized brain implant helped one woman’s extreme depression
An implant that zaps the brain may be a more prominent neuropsychiatric treatment in the future.
Kids are onto something: Homework might actually be bad
Do kids actually need homework? Even with increasing amounts of data, it's hard to know if homework is helping or hurting students.
What would possess someone to eat a Carolina Reaper pepper? This writer tried to find out.
Leigh Cowart explores the gruesome ways people find pleasure in pain in 'Hurts So Good.'
If climate change is impacting your desire to have kids, you’re not alone
'It’s a human right to decide whether or not you want a child. It’s not a human right to drive an SUV or fly in planes.'
The Kinsey Scale Test and 3 other ways to find where you fall on the sexuality spectrum
Human sexuality spans too wide a scope to possibly be covered by a single test.
Some product placement resonates with TV viewers more. Here’s the trick.
It's the new reality of advertising with on-demand TV.
There’s no such thing as an ‘addictive personality’
Let’s get to know the voice in my head screaming, ‘More, more, more!’
There’s a biological reason why we miss hugs so much
For some, touch is instrumental in fighting dementia, pain, and depression.
Young mice learn to parent by babysitting
Practice makes perfect for future rodent caretakers.