Like autism, ADHD lies on a spectrum, and some children should not be treated.
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A team at Mount Sinai has discovered the neural mechanism behind social isolation.
The present-moment awareness that stems from mindfulness practices may be the cost-effective tool that our society needs.
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The videos raise serious legal and moral questions about police crowd-control tactics.
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In McMindfulness, Ronald Purser says modern mindfulness is dictated more by market forces than ethics.
Remaining silent is being complicit.
Regan Williams, co-founder of Seen and Heard, wants adults to listen to children.
Those silky tea bags might be releasing plastics into your digestive system.
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The Canadian professor has an extensive collection posted on his site.
Healthy Housing Foundation has purchased four properties in Los Angeles, with more planned.
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Sometimes doing nothing means everything.
Whether keto or vegan, finding love on restrictive diets is no easy task.
The Canadian professor has been on the Joe Rogan Experience six times. There's a lot of material to discuss.
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In her book, Rise of the Necrofauna, Britt Wray reports on the ethics and science behind de-extinction.
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Mindfulness meditation works wonders for people with internalizing disorders, such as anxiety and depression. But what about people with externalizing disorders?
John Cleese was in super sarcastic form during his recent Reddit AMA.
American food banks are rejecting junk food for healthier fare, and so food corporations are hedging their bets elsewhere.
H.R. 1150 expressly protects non-theists from religious persecution around the world.
Sotheby’s will auction off 380 pieces from Bowie’s collection later this year. The collection is “eclectic, unscripted, [and] understated,” according to Sotheby’s European chairman Oliver Barker.
The GOP wants to repeal the Johnson Amendment, once again uniting church and state.
Some parents are diagnosing their attention-deficient children as heavenly beings thanks to Internet blogs.
Our ape ancestors might give us insight into the GOP frontrunner's sustained dominance.