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This fanged fish’s venom is like heroin

Fang blennies are tiny, tropical fish with huge, terrifying fangs – that shoot out a toxic, drug-like venom.<p>The timid fish’s venom is a surprisingly …

3 Things Your Face Tells The World

“The face is a picture of the mind with the eyes as its interpreter,” Marcus Tullius Cicero the ancient Roman orator, statesman and writer once said. …

Psychology

Slow down, monotasking is the new multitasking

In a world full of Google alerts and iCal reminders, why do we forget so much? In short: we’ve got too many tabs open to knuckle down and give one …

Ask the vet- What is 'Kitten Season' and how can I help? | NOLA.com

In New Orleans, we love our seasons. We have the classic spring, summer, winter, and fall (autumn, if you're fancy), but we have additional seasons …

These are the weird reasons you have trouble falling asleep every night

There’s nothing more tranquil than turning down your covers, fluffing up your pillows and slipping into bed to get some much-needed beauty rest — …

Science Proves You Can't Hold Your Baby Too Much

A new study shows that cuddling your baby (early and often!) has huge benefits when it comes to brain development, especially for preemies.<p>Good news for all of us with that one friend or family member who likes to scold us for "spoiling" our babies by holding them too often. According to a new …

Drinking This Hot Beverage Once a Day Prevents Alzheimer's

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Beware the hype on stem-cell breakthroughs

Health science gets a lot of attention in the popular press. People love hearing about breakthroughs, paradigm shifts and emerging cures. The problem is, these stories are almost always misleading.<p>While optimistic miscalculations of the state of biomedical research may seem as if it were a harmless …

The dark side of the brain: Too much emotional intelligence is a bad thing

<b>(Shutterstock/Lightspring)</b><p>A new study suggests that profound empathy may come at a price<p>Agata Blaszczak-Boxe<p>March 20, 2017 7:58am (UTC)<p>This article was originally published by Scientific American.<p>Recognizing when a friend or colleague feels sad, angry or surprised is key to getting along with …

Everything You Thought You Knew About Feelings Is Wrong

Lisa Feldman Barrett teaches us "how emotions are made."<p>When neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett was in graduate school, she spent three years …

Neuroscientists Accidentally Discovered a Whole New Role For The Cerebellum

We've only just scratched the surface.<p>One of the best-known regions of the brain, the cerebellum accounts for just 10 percent of the organ's total …

Neuroscience