A new study suggests melatonin made in the lungs may help protect against viral entry. Other relations of melatonin to COVID-19 are appearing, but there is much we do not know.
Is depression a hindrance, or a stimulus, to achievement?
Do some people achieve greatness despite their depression, or because of it?
Tales of accidental discoveries of medicines are often colorful, but usually luck was only part of the story.
More support for some forms of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, while benefits and risks of microdosing remain uncertain.
A network medicine study found an association between melatonin use and reduced likelihood of positive coronavirus tests, but there is much we do not yet know.
Narrative psychology may help explain the distortions of reality which are so much a part of Trumpism.
Expressive writing has been advocated for a variety of conditions, but there is still much to be learned about its applications and how it works.
What do we know about how sleep might improve creative problem solving?
How the understanding of plant alkaloids evolved from ancient times to modern research in therapeutics.