Get your subconscious working for you. "Your subconscious mind works continuously, while you are awake, and while you sleep." -- Napoleon Hill Your subconscious never rests. It controls your heartbeat,
Psilocybin, the active ingredient in ‘magic mushrooms’, can ease the symptoms of depression, according to a study carried out by Imperial College London. All 12 of the patients involved in the pilot project,
We spoke to Dr. Mark Bolstridge, a clinical psychiatrist searching for alternative and unusual treatments for depression. The science of antidepressants, is not, as it goes, an exact science. Two patients
Could this be a new mental health breakthrough? The science of antidepressants, is not, as it goes, an exact science. Two patients can react differently to the same drug. For some people, many of the drugs
When astronaut Jim Lovell saw Earth outside his window during Apollo 8, the moment forever changed him. "People often say, 'I hope to go to heaven when I die,'" Lovell previously told Business Insider.
For the past two weeks we've been exploring some of the questions related to life's origin on Earth and possibly elsewhere. We know life was present on Earth at least 3.5 billion years ago. It may have
This article originally appeared on Inverse. By Sarah Sloat Flies don't get a lot of respect from humankind. It's a shame because they're not too different from us -- they really like the smell of bananas;
We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness exercises can be part of bringing spirituality alive in your life. Today's
We have partnered with The Global Drug Survey, the world’s largest of its kind, and the results of which are used to influence government drug policy. Last year, 100,000 people took the survey, with their
Native American artist George Redhawk creates eerily beautiful gifs even though he’s legally blind. With help from computer software, the designer utilizes the art of gif-making to show others how he the
Recently, I was watching television with my son when an ad came on for a cell phone company. The tagline for the ad said, “Get ready for Thanksgetting.” “Wow.” My 17-year-old looked at me in disbelief.
“Whoa! What are you doing?” I asked aghast. I had just walked into my daughter’s room as she was working on a science project. Normally, I would have been pleased at such a sight. But this time, her project