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Millennials Are Doomed To Face An Existential Crisis That Will Define The Rest Of Their Lives

Psychologists from Sigmund Freud forward have generally agreed: our core attitudes about life are largely locked in by age five or so. Changing those attitudes requires intense effort.<p>Neil Howe and William Strauss took this obvious truth and drew an obvious conclusion: if our attitudes form in …

Demographics

'Pronoia' and other emotions you never knew you had

In recent years, neuroscience has introduced a new way of thinking about our emotions. The scientists behind the latest brain-imaging studies say they can now pinpoint with precision where these feelings are located within our heads. In 2013, for instance, a team of psychologists published a study …

CNN

Here's what it's really like to have obsessive-compulsive disorder

William Doan's wife asked him that question ten years after they got married. He laughs when he remembers it. There were, and remain, so many damn socks in their laundry because when William Doan wakes up in the morning he puts on two pairs.<p>"I had to sort of fess up at this point," he said, "and …

Mental Health

Depressed Teen's Struggle To Find Mental Health Care In Rural California

There's a hot pink suitcase on the floor of Shariah Vroman-Nagy's bedroom. The 18-year-old is packing for a trip to Disneyland, one of several she takes with her family every year.<p>"Let's see, I need a hairbrush," she says, moving past the collection of Mickey Mouse ears on her dresser and glancing …

Mental Health

Science may explain why some people have deeply sensitive personalities

At the age of six, Jack Craven started telling his mother he wanted to die. “God made a mistake when he made me,” he would say. “Why can’t I just die?” His mother, Lori Craven, says she didn’t even know that kids his age could think such things: “Can you imagine your child saying that?”<p>Jack, now …

Autism

York Minster brings in Zen Buddhism, quietly

In a history stretching back 1,400 years, York Minster has witnessed wars, plague, revolution, siege and fires - but perhaps nothing quite like this.<p>Arguably England’s most venerable church, it is renowned around the world for its daily cycle of prayer and choral worship.<p>But, in what will be seen …

Secret Teacher: teaching robbed me of my health – and nearly my life

In my darkest moment when I contemplated suicide, I realised I did want to live – I just didn’t want to be a teacher<p>Today is a good day. I have got up and washed the dishes, and maybe if today continues to be a good day I will have a shower, wash my hair and change my clothes. I might even pick up …

Astrophysics

Space radio signal solves the mystery of the missing matter

For the first time, scientists detect the origin point of a space radio signal 6 billion light-years away and manage to find the universe's missing matter as a result.<p><i>Update April 5 PT, 2016: Researchers at Harvard University have announced that the afterglow on which these conclusions are based</i> …

India to get world's third LIGO facility

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You don't have to be an Einstein to appreciate gravitational waves

As you've likely heard, scientists working at the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) announced recently that they have heard and recorded the sound of two black holes colliding some billion light-years away. This "chirp" is the first proof of the existence of …

Sian Williams: how to rewire your brain to avoid decline

The former BBC News presenter Sian Williams explores new research showing that simple lifestyle changes can help reverse mental decline<p>I’m at the University of Cambridge, having a panic attack. I can’t breathe, my head’s spinning, my heart’s going like the clappers and there’s a psychiatrist …

Humanity

Astronomers Spot Teensy-Weensy Supermassive Black Hole

Astronomers have found a teeny-tiny supermassive black hole at the heart of a dwarf galaxy 340 million light years away.<p>The diminutive black hole is the smallest ever seen in the centre of any galaxy and is just 50,000 times the mass of the Sun.<p>Black holes are formed in one of two ways - the …

Astrophysics

Scientists implant teeny, tiny lasers into human cells

A few years back, a pair of researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital made human cells glow by impregnating them with a molecule that's normally found in jellyfish called green fluorescent protein (GFP) and packing them into a resonant cavity that amplified the amount of light each cell …

These Astronaut Photos of the Great Pyramids & Earth Are Simply Breathtaking

Astronaut Terry Virts knows how to spend his last day in space: gazing at planet Earth from afar and posting photos of that jaw-dropping view online …

Space Exploration