Perhaps we trust our bodies too much. Our brains and senses fool us on almost a daily basis. Here’s how.
What's not fun about being able to hear? Good music, good conversation, the din of construction near your house. OK, maybe not that last one. But overall hearing's pretty great. How did we develop it?
People who have problems with their sense of smell may be at increased risk for dying sooner than those who don't have trouble smelling.
Olfactory dysfunction in older people could augur the end of life within just five years.
Ever wonder why everything smells fine in your house until you go away for awhile and then come back wondering, "Why does it stink in here?" You can thank your brain for that, Tara explains.
New research suggests that a baby's sense of smell may play a large role in how it acquires the ability to be afraid. All it needs is a mom in distress.
Do you trust your senses? It turns out they can be totally fooled -- with the proper tools.
Although they can't see in their waking lives, that doesn't mean the blind don't have vivid dream experiences of their own. Laci Green explains.
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