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Depression stems from this, not the brain

Ever come across people who seem to have everything going well for them yet depression finds a way to be a hindrance in their life? And, you may have …

Depression

Sheep learned to recognize photos of Obama and other celebrities, neuroscientists say

Of the roughly 1.1 billion sheep on Earth, roughly 1.1 billion have no idea who Barack Obama is. But there are at least eight sheep who can recognize the former president by his face. After a few days of training at the University of Cambridge in England, the animals learned to select the former …

University of Cambridge

Artificial Intelligence Could Hijack Brain-Computer Interfaces and Take Control of Our Minds

Brain-computer interfaces (BCI), such as those being developed by Elon Musk’s Neuralink startup, risk being hijacked by a rogue artificial …

Scientists grow replacement skin for boy suffering devastating genetic disorder

Seven-year-old boy suffering illness causing untreatable wounds over 80% of his body has had his skin replaced by new, genetically modified epidermis<p>Scientists have grown a replacement, genetically modified skin to cover almost the entire body of a seven-year-old Syrian boy who was suffering from a …

Organisms

Manchester victim's mother reveals how she tried to comfort her daughter in her final moments

The mother of a teenage 'superfan' killed in the Manchester Arena terror attack has spoken of her desperate efforts to comfort her as she lay dying.<p>Georgina Callander - who had been previously photographed with US singer Ariana Grande - was killed in the blast shortly after the star left the …

7 Psychiatrist-Backed Tips To Help You Manage Anxiety

People with anxiety disorders often face a sense of worry or dread and spend hours ruminating over worst case scenarios, which can get in the way of professional goals, personal relationships and a good quality of life. But there are ways to cope.<p>Here, experts offer their best techniques to work …

Mental Health

How to Be Happier in 2017: 9 Science-Backed Habits That Will Leverage the Power of Positive Psychology | Inc.com

What are your resolutions for 2017? Lose weight? Finally start that business you've been talking about? Travel more, or finally get organized?<p>Meet Mike Erwin, one of the most mindfully optimistic people I know. He's a soldier and combat veteran who came back home to study positive psychology at the …

Happiness

Is there a connection between cellphones and cancer?

The possible connection between cellphones and cancer is controversial. Many years' worth of studies on cellphones and cancer have yielded …

Cancer

Small cell, large cell cancer: What this means

Cancer

Atypical cells: Are they cancer?

Cancer

Adjuvant therapy: Balance side effects with benefits

<b>Type of cancer.</b> Treating certain types of cancer with adjuvant therapy can be very beneficial. Examples include breast cancer and colon cancer. For …

Adjuvant therapy: Balance side effects with benefits

You've had surgery to take out your tumor, and your surgeon says all the cancer was removed. Yet, you've been referred to another doctor to consider …

5 Easy Yet Effective Ways to Calm Yourself Down When You're Feeling Anxious

Fortunately for us, there’s much we can do to reduce anxiety and its effects on our mind, body, and soul. Here are simple and fuss-free tips to apply …

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge thanks Telegraph readers for helping tackle stigma of mental illness

Prince William and his wife Catherine have sent a heartfelt thank you to Telegraph readers for supporting people with mental health problems.<p>The royal couple have made it one of their central aims to campaign and support those struggling with mental health issues, particularly children and young …

Mental Health

How a smile in your pocket could help ease depression and anxiety

It is said that when you smile, the world smiles with you and now neuroscientists are putting the time-worn adage to the test.<p>A new project by University College London is aiming to find out if simply looking at a smiling face could help ease depression and anxiety.<p>Javier Elkin and Dr Parashkev …

Monsanto Has Known Glyphosate Promotes Cancer Since 1981

<b>By Dr. Mercola</b><p>Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's best-selling herbicide Roundup, is one of the most commonly used herbicides in the …