A new study argues that the season in which your were born can help determine your personality and even significantly impact your risk of developing mood disorders.
Preference for ultra-masculine men and ultra-feminine women is an urban habit, a new study suggests. Continue reading →
Could a therapeutic regimen retrain a person's brain and rid it of its fears? That's the idea behind exposure therapy, and Trace has the answer.
Emotional abuse of children is the most prevalent and challenging form of neglect. So says the American Academy of Pediatrics. Why doesn't it seem to get the same attention as more visible forms of abuse?
Any disease is scary, but why is Ebola especially terrifying? Here are some answers. Continue reading →
Bill Maher’s sweeping generalizations abut Islam aren't the first time someone publicly stereotyped an entire religion. Why do we do it?
A fuzzy, moving form caught on camera at a New Mexico police station has some suspecting ghosts -- but there are other explanations. Continue reading →
Body odor may hint at a person's politics, according to a new study that finds people prefer the odors of those whose ideology matches their own.
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