Looking at someone you hate induces a unique pattern of activity in the brain termed the hate circuit.
Every cell in the human body is a potential human being.
Recent clinical studies conclude that gluten-free diets should be discouraged for people without celiac disease.
Discarding an old dogma may finally lead to effective therapies for depression.
Recent genetic analyses have explored novel causal relationships between common nighttime disorders and suicide that may respond to drug therapies.
Christian women are frequently guilted into eating healthier by the perceived condemnation of their congregation.
Recent studies have demonstrated the link between poor sleep quality, the deposition of toxic proteins, and the increased vulnerability to neurodegeneration following head trauma.
Loneliness, yearning for a deceased loved one, and our cravings for food and close personal connections are controlled by the same brain regions.
Studies have examined the benefits of prayer on health and longevity for believers and non-believers.
Understanding the risks for LGBTQIA+ individuals and females may lead to improved therapies.