Cannabidiol (CBD) seems to reduce the unpleasantness of pain, a finding that surprised the researchers behind a new, first-of-its-kind study.
Research from Ohio State finds that acetaminophen affects our emotions.
The goal of this large-scale study was to provide actionable information on how to avoid depression or decrease depressive symptoms.
Addiction is not a moral failure. It is a learning disorder, and viewing it otherwise stops communities and policy makers from the ultimate goal: harm reduction.
Rather than trekking up a mountain, a more accurate metaphor for human development involves navigating the waters of a choppy sea.
Studies have shown that dominant sexual activity can often boost your work ethic several days after a sexual experience.
A new study reminds us that physical and emotional pain are not far apart.
Healing from a break-up should be taken as seriously as healing from a broken arm, says psychiatrist Dr. Guy Winch.
Could your urge to check emails — instead of finishing that major project — be a response to an uncomfortable emotional state?
Researchers measured high- and low-adversity participants' feelings of compassion.
Researchers are only just beginning to really understand anaesthesia awareness.
As tempting as it may be to run away from emotionally-difficult situations, it's important we confront them head-on.
Suffering can buffer us, and make us more polished versions of ourselves — if we have the right attitude.
Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs is a well-known model of human development, but Maslow's friend and colleague Kazimierz Dąbrowski believed humans developed in a different way.
Grief is real. Give it time.
What are the plans, and are they enough?
They seem to have a mechanism for caring similar to ours.
The discovery could lead to improved treatments for chronic pain.
The psychological disconnect between humans and other animals puts all forms of life at risk.
Who you let into your mental space matters.
Two questions hold the key to breaking through your limitations, says David Goggins.
Alternative treatments are often better for noncancer pain, the study found.
A little goes a long way.