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There's something pretty amazing going on in there. Your brain is an intelligent machine, with or without coffee adding some octane. These facts could help you impress fellow brainiacs...or at least give
Marian Sigman, a neuroscientist and author of "The Secret Life of the Mind: How Your Brain Thinks, Feels, and Decides," explains how babies that grow up bilingual will have brain functions that might superior
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A Stanford researcher is pioneering a dramatic shift in how we treat depression — and you can try her new tool right now
We do know, however, that talking seems to help — especially under the guidance of a licensed mental health professional. But therapy is expensive, inconvenient, and often hard to approach. A recent estimate
Cuddling rodents might be the key to understanding this social behavior. You might not expect it, but the prairie vole has something to teach you about relationships. A recent study of these rodents, last
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The index, a measure of body fat based on your weight in relation to your height, can be traced back to the 1830s. Despite its popularity, it's now understood to be a relatively crude measure of fitness.
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I'm sure I'm not the only one who gets a little annoyed by that couple on social media. You know who I'm talking about. Their profile pictures are selfies of them together smiling. Their statuses are jokes
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