Mark Cameron

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Rescue Your Digestion & Prevent A Hangover With This Super-Versatile Supplement

What’s abrasive, gritty, and absolutely belongs in your medicine cabinet (but probably isn’t)? I’m talking about activated charcoal, which …

Alternative Medicine

10 Myths About Sleep That Have Been Keeping You Up Your Entire Life

Sleep can be an elusive mistress. Sometimes it feels like the more you want it, the harder it is to find and hold onto. What's more is that one of …

Sleep deprivation stops brain cells firing properly, changing how we see the world

Sleep deprivation stops brain cells communicating properly and affects how people see the world around them, a new study has shown.<p>The new research, which has serious implications for driving while tired, shows that parts of the brain actually turn themselves off to rest even though a person is …

Sleep

Drink this an hour before bed and get 84 extra minutes of sleep

Struggling to get a good night’s sleep?<p>If you want an extra 84 minutes of a slumber every night, it’s time to ditch the cocoa for a different drink …

Here's what losing weight does to your body and brain

<i>This video was originally published on October 29, 2017.</i><p><i>Special thanks to John Gunstad, professor with the Department of Psychological Sciences at Kent State University, for speaking with us about his cutting-edge research on how losing weight affects brain function. Following is a transcript of</i> …

12 Signs You May Have an Anxiety Disorder

This article originally appeared on Health. For more stories like this, visit health.com.<p>Everyone gets nervous or anxious from time to time—when …

Too scared to speak up? How to be more confident

Above the entrance to Manchester Grammar School lies a coat of arms and a Latin inscription: <i>“Sapere Aude”</i>. Ian Thorpe, then the school’s development officer, translated it for me – “Dare to Be Wise” – as we stood in the front quad on a warm day last July. First used by the Roman poet Horace in his …

Ben Carson

'Sleep should be prescribed': what those late nights out could be costing you

Matthew Walker has learned to dread the question “What do you do?” At parties, it signals the end of his evening; thereafter, his new acquaintance will inevitably cling to him like ivy. On an aeroplane, it usually means that while everyone else watches movies or reads a thriller, he will find …

Immune System

The 30 best iPhone tips & tricks, in iOS 11 and earlier

iOS

Rules of memory 'beautifully' rewritten

<b>What really happens when we make and store memories has been unravelled in a discovery that surprised even the scientists who made it.</b><p>The US and Japanese team found that the brain "doubles up" by simultaneously making two memories of events.<p>One is for the here-and-now and the other for a lifetime, …

If You’re Copy/Pasting One Thing at a Time, You’re Doing It Wrong

If you spend any length of time at all on the computer, chances are you copy and paste things on occasion. If you’re anything like us, you do it all. The. Time. But copying and pasting one thing at a time gets tedious super quickly. That’s what Wirelessheads, the masterminds behind a fancy app …

If you live your life without mental health issues, science says you’re the weird one

Everyone gets the flu, chicken pox, and a broken bone or two by the time they hit 40, and if you don’t you’re in a very small minority that somehow …

Mental Health

5 questions to find out if you have a sleep disorder

Raise your hand if this morning ritual sounds familiar: After punching the lights out of the snooze button a few times, you finally peel yourself off your bed and stumble into the bathroom. As you're brushing your teeth in slow-mo, with your hair standing up in every direction, you stare at your …

Does your iPhone have a battery drain problem?

Worried you're not getting good battery life from your iPhone anymore? Here's how to test your hardware to find out if you have a battery drain …

How to Reset the NVRAM/PRAM on Your Mac

• Home<br>• How To<br>• Mac<br>• How to Reset the NVRAM/PRAM on Your Mac<p>Chris Hauk - Feb 6, 2017<p>While your Mac will usually hum along like the finely tuned machine it …

Operating Systems

When should you believe your kids?

Children tell lies as part of normal development, but that makes trust tricky territory for parents.<p>As a kid, I remember the times when I was telling …

Vaping backed as healthier nicotine alternative to cigarettes after latest study

Vaping has been given an emphatic thumbs up by health experts after the first long-term study of its effects in ex-smokers.<p>After six months, people …

6 essential settings to make your iPhone and iPad display easier on the eyes

Nope, you don’t have to settle for itty-bitty text on your iPhone screen, nor must you deal with buttons that don’t look anything like buttons. Once …

iPad

Binge Eater: Black hole taking record-breaking decade to devour star

Scientists have detected a black hole that's taken a record-breaking decade to devour a star - and it's still chewing away.<p>The food fest is happening in a small galaxy 1.8 billion light-years from Earth.<p>University of New Hampshire research scientist Dacheng Lin said that black hole feeding frenzies …

'I told my daughter she was selfish for having anorexia'

When our daughter Gemma developed anorexia at the age of 10, my husband Dennis and I were completely devastated. She had become painfully thin over time - she existed on just five cornflakes and a small glass of water a day - but we didn't understand what was wrong. She was depressed, isolated and …

Mental Health

Sociopaths Confirm: They're Great in Bed (But They Might Treat You Like a Houseplant)

We asked diagnosed sociopaths about what it's like to date, "love," and fuck with antisocial personality disorder.<p>A few weeks ago, I spoke to relationship experts about what it's like to date a sociopath for another VICE article. After the article was published, I received a few from actual, …

Prince William has a stark warning about the stigma surrounding mental health

Prince William has spoken out about his desire to "normalise" the "great taboo" of mental health in a powerful speech.<p>At the Guild of Health Writers …

I Asked a Psychopath How to Stop Caring About Rejection

As Dr. James Fallon describes, "When I get rejected, I feel bad for like negative-two seconds. I just don't give a shit."<p>I recently went on a date with a beautiful and smart girl who laughed at all my jokes and then never replied to my texts. I walked away from the date thinking <i>nailed it!</i> while I …

If You Don't Want To Become A Toxic Person Unknowingly, You Should Quit This Habit

This very touching video takes a look at how words and actions can cause pain to another, as well as leaving us with overwhelming feelings of regret.

What Immediately Happens to Your Body When You Stop Smoking

Knowing the damage that smoking does to your body in the long term doesn’t make it any easier to quit, but there are surprisingly some immediate …

Nicotine

How I Gave Up Trying to Cure my Depression & Found Happiness.

<b>I have been told many</b> times before that I write as though I have lived a long time, and I have often thought about why that is.<p>I feel like I have …

Mental Health

Easier to let go -- can depression help people deal with life?

“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again!” This saying is drummed into us from a young age, when our tower of building blocks keeps collapsing …

Depression

Trump Psychologically Unfit For Office, Over 15,000 Medical Professionals Say

Tens of thousands of people — including prominent mental health professionals — are arguing that Donald Trump has “a serious mental illness that …

Psychology

Stress and Depression

Survival depends on the speed of noticing and responding to threats to our safety. In a depressed brain, the parts of the brain that are scanning for …