Even healthy people hallucinate, reports a new study. We think we see things based on our prior experiences.
As shootings become more common, the public's reaction dims, researchers say.
About 2 to 4 percent of the population suffers from trichotillomania, or hair pulling syndrome. As with many mental health issues, the syndrome is caused by a complicated mix of psychology, biology, and the environment.
People are willing to put daily pleasure ahead of the threat of long-term disaster when selecting where to live, research finds.
A professor accused of sexual assault on a disabled man claims he consented via a discredited technique. Continue reading →
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?
Sure, hard work gets all the credit, and sometimes even the rewards, but today DNews considers the upside of doing nothing. It turns out that lazy is just another word for efficient.
Ever hear someone talk in their sleep, or been told you do it yourself? Whether it's coherent sentences or babbling, it can be a bit nuts. What's going on? Wouldn't conversations be a lot better if you could be awake to have them?
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