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I Ate 3 Eggs Every Single Morning For a Week – Here’s What I Learned

I’ve always liked eggs – they’re filling and delicious, but for some reason, I just can’t be bothered to make them on the weekdays because I’m too …

I Tried These Weed-Infused Sodas, and I'd Much Rather Sip on These Than Beer

As cannabis continues to go mainstream, more and more companies are trying to figure out ways to incorporate the plant into friendly products. I've been dabbling in this "enhanced" category, which includes items like pot-infused olive oil, and it's been a nice change from the usual joint. But the …

Why So Many Southern Porches Have Blue Ceilings

If you’ve ever taken a stroll through Savannah or Charleston, you’ve no doubt admired the beautiful homes and their welcoming porches. And if you …

Bipolar Associated with Faster Aging

New research suggests that people with a family history of bipolar disorder may “age” more rapidly than those without a history of the disease. …

Case study: Brain tumor linked to intense spiritual interest, religious delusions and psychosis

A case study recently published in Frontiers in Psychiatry profiles a woman whose brain tumor appears to have dramatically changed her religiousness …

Brain Tumors

This Is What It's Actually Like to Live With Bipolar Disorder

A lot of people only know bipolar disorder as it's shown on TV or in movies. You know the trope: One minute characters are catatonically depressed, …

New evidence suggests schizophrenia begins during pregnancy

A new study has found that schizophrenia could originate as early as the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, which means we might be able to eventually treat it in utero before birth.<p>By growing "mini brains" in lab conditions, scientists have been able to identify disruptions in stem cells surrounding the …

Neuroscience

The Unique Type of Therapy Selena Gomez Opted For While in Rehab

• Popsugar<br>• Celebrity<br>• Anxiety<p>Selena Gomez on Equine Therapy<p>The Unique Type of Therapy Selena Gomez Opted For While in Rehab<p>Shares<p>Selena Gomez is …

Supermoon Tide Leaves Octopus Stranded in Parking Garage

The recent lunar event contributed to tidal flooding in Miami, which is becoming a more regular occurrence due to rising sea levels.<p>The recent supermoon created difficult circumstances for an octopus in Miami, which found itself on the floor of a parking garage as a result of enhanced tidal …

Cult leaders like Charles Manson exploit this basic psychological need

Know what to look out for.<p>Charles Manson, who died November 19, famously attracted a coterie of men and women to do his bidding, which included committing a string of murders in the late-1960s.<p>Manson is undoubtedly a fascinating figure with a complicated life story. But as someone who studies human …

Small struggles people with anxiety face every single day

When you struggle with anxiety, be it the small, vague nagging kind or the overwhelming, utterly crippling kind, day-to-day life is a little …

5 Types of Books that Increase Intelligence | PickTheBrain | Motivation and Self Improvement

We read for information, with the hope that information we acquire will improve our minds, giving us the means to improve our lives. In the modern …

Head-spinning & never-seen-before: NASA releases over 10,000 images from Apollo mission (PHOTOS)

NASA has uploaded dozens of galleries containing over 10,000 photos from the manned Apollo missions. Blurry astronaut faces, stunning lunar vistas …

The day Christians were martyred on American soil

Life or death was determined by the answer to a single question: are you a Christian?<p>That was the question asked by an anti-Christian gunman who stormed into a classroom at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College.<p><b>Click here to join Todd’s American Dispatch – a must-read for Conservatives!</b><p>Eyewitnesses say …

Mainstream Media

The 10 most egregious U.S. abuses of psychology and psychiatry

<b>(AP/Brennan Linsley)</b><p>From Project MKUltra to the CIA’s torture program, mental health professionals in the US have some explaining to do<p>Bruce E. Levine<p>September 29, 2015 10:57pm (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on AlterNet.<p>Psychiatrists and psychologists have been used by the U.S. Central …

Mental Health

Booze as muse: writers and alcohol, from Ernest Hemingway to Patricia Highsmith

Nobel laureates Faulkner, O’Neill, Hemingway and Steinbeck were alcoholics, as were Brendan Behan, Dylan Thomas, Jean Rhys and many more. Anne …

Fiorina, Planned Parenthood activist get into heated confrontation

<b>Iowa City, Iowa (CNN) —</b> Carly Fiorina has been taking on Planned Parenthood recently, and now, Planned Parenthood is taking on Fiorina.<p>As rowdy football fans ate, drank and tossed bean bags in the tailgate lots outside the University of Iowa's Kinnick Stadium here Saturday, the presidential …

Government

I have borderline personality disorder. Here are 6 things I wish people understood. - Vox

"You don't seem like you have borderline personality disorder," people often say to me.<p>They mean it as a compliment. I don't fit into their idea of what borderline personality disorder looks like. They think people with BPD will kill you, or burn down your house, or stalk you until you need to file …

Carson defends his research on aborted fetuses

<b>(CNN) —</b> Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson on Thursday defended his past use of tissue from aborted fetuses for medical research even as he continued to criticize Planned Parenthood.<p>The retired neurosurgeon said his research, which took place in 1992, does not conflict with his call to …

Government

3 Reasons Why You're Not Getting Results in the Gym

So you're working hard in the gym, eating right and getting plenty of sleep. The problem is, you aren't seeing results. Your hard work hasn't translated into lost inches or a drop in scale weight. What gives?<p>Lets talk about it.<p><b>1. You aren't consistent with your nutrition</b><p>The first question I ask new …

SLEEPING WITH OTHER PEOPLE Red-Band Trailer: Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis Are Sex Addicts

Anthropologist explains why we cheat on people we love

YouTube/TED Talks<p>Biological anthropologist Helen Fisher has a pretty perfect description of what it's like to be in love with someone:<p>Simply put, she …

TED Talks

Women absorb and carry living DNA and cells from every male they have sex with!!

In this study they provide a description of male Mc in the female human brain and specific brain regions. The study was originally trying to …

Scientists keep finding more evidence that bacteria in your stomach are connected to your mood

What's been harder to understand, historically, has been the apparent connection between our resident bacterial communities, especially those in the gut, and the human brain — notoriously protected from bacteria by the blood-brain barrier.<p>Yet there's more and more evidence that somehow, <b>the</b> …

Microbiology

New art show reveals chemistry between Picasso and Lee Miller

The painter and his photographer muse feature together in a major exhibition<p>He made her his muse and the subject of his erotic art, while being firm friends with her husband, the man who championed his work for decades in Britain. But could Lee Miller, an early supermodel who went on to be a famous …

Avant-garde

The Secret Art Life of E.E. Cummings

The great modernist poet had a sideline passion—creating a multitude of visual art: 1,600 sketches, drawings, watercolors, and oil paintings during …

Art

Depression Influences Perception of Time

A new review finds that people suffering from depression appear to experience time differently than healthy individuals.<p>Although the perception of …

The Next Einstein May Be A 27-Year-Old Iranian Woman

It’s hard not to love Einstein. He was a scientist who made predictions so ridiculously accurate that they couldn’t be proved correct until long after his death. Here’s an amazing example: in 1916 he theorized that a pulsar would attract its orbiting white dwarf at a rate of 7mm per day. At the …

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