Hallucinations are more common than you might imagine, and you don't even have to be on drugs or be in a psych ward to have them.
It turns out that the shape of the brain actually matters, with certain personality traits linked to the size of various areas of our noggins.
The number of ADHD cases in kids has surged in the U.S. in the last 10 years. What's going on? Are doctors over-diagnosing the disorder or is it really running rampant? And aren't kids supposed to be full of energy?
Do you get hand-shakey when you're about to speak in public, or do anything else that fills you with anxiety and dread? That's just adrenalin having its way with you. DNews shares a quick breathing technique to keep the panic at bay.
Highly neurotic individuals can be capable of major creative breakthroughs, as well as debilitating emotional breakdowns.
When relationships end, the conventional wisdom is that it's women, more than men, who are devastated for moths and years. But a new study suggests women may actually bounce back from breakups with relative vigor, while some men are never the same.
See how a traditional 'smiley face' fares against the more newfangled chat icons.
In 1879, a physician named Benjamin Ball coined the term claustrophobia after observing patients of his who had some trouble with both closed spaces and heights. Over time, the list of spaces that could cause the disorder has grown long.
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