So far, 549 separate paraphilias have been officially identified.
These glycerin "smart glasses" may be the only specs you'll need – although they do need a design intervention at some point.
Creating a race of super soldiers is off the table, too.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Author Ayelet Waldman on parenting, identity, and how LSD microdosing changed her life for the better.
We know there's a gut-brain connection, but just how deep does it go? Could we treat depression just by adopting a particular diet?
They have the same feelings as normal people. It’s how they make decisions that’s different.
Is there such a thing as boredom, or is it an all-encompassing term for a variety of root causes like apathy, frustration, or depression?
Genetic, immune, and neurological components point to evolutionary underpinnings.
Researchers study the "paradox of happiness" to find out how get into "flow activities" that would make us happiest.
An affectionate sendoff for popular beloved global-health statistician Hans Rosling.
A California man is suing Apple for not enabling a lockout feature on iPhones. He's not the only one.
Evidence suggests that gains in symptom reduction are permanent.
Certain sounds, like chewing, drive misophonia sufferers mad. New research might have found a neural misfiring.
In severe cases, a dog can develop pneumonia and even die.
Scientists and Imogen Heap team up to create the perfect song to make a baby happy.
The pair of papers suggest that sleep is crucial in order to wipe out memories. Yep – it turns out that, sometimes, it's smart to forget.
A new brain-to-computer interface lets completely locked-in patients tell us how they feel for the first time.
There’s still a controversy among scientists as to why humans seem to follow a certain pattern.
Two recent studies reveal the effects of LSD on the brain.
This study reminds us that we are stardust, operating under the same laws as any other form of matter.