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Most people with mental health disorders do not hurt other people, studies show.
On the surface, the story of 'Japan's Beethoven,' a deaf composer who created soaring works, was one of triumph over personal tragedy. The only problem is none of it was true.
People can be easily fooled by food, as these 10 tricks show.
It's safe to say we're all pretty up on the psychological hallmarks of stress -- the generalized freak-out state that makes mush of our minds. But what's going on inside our temples of high anxiety?
Often, we wake up certain of two things: 1. We slept, or at least we think we did; and 2. We had dreams. But DID we dream? Why does remembering our dreams feel a bit like trying to grab wisps of dissipating smoke?
Monopoly began not with Charles Darrow during the Great Depression in 1934 but earlier, with a woman named Lizzie Magie, whose name, until recently, had largely been lost to history.
Brain scans reveal how our neurons respond to words we've been trained to recognize -- as whole entities. Continue reading →
How many people do you consider friends, even though you've never met them in person? More than zero, right? Such is life in the Internet age! But can such digital relationships be as satisfying as those we have with our more corporeal pals?
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