TheStreet (June 18, 2014) Friends are more likely to feel a strong sense of affiliation when enjoying small indulgences together or helping one another resist larger temptation, according to new research out of Vanderbilt ... watch video
Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Sep. 25, 2015) Students at the University of Lublin are able to feel what their patients feel with the help of special suits and a simulation centre to prepare them for medical practice. Jim Drury reports.
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Howdini (Oct. 24, 2013) Do you sometimes feel that it's his world, and you're just vacuuming in it? Here's how to get what you want from your partner, according to Terrence Real, author of The New Rules of ... watch video
Newsy (Apr. 17, 2014) A recent study links apathetic feelings to a smaller brain. Researchers say the results indicate a need for apathy screening for at-risk seniors.
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July 28, 2016 New research finds that individuals who report being victims of crime to police are less likely to become future victims of crime than those who do not report their initial ... read more
July 28, 2016 Though the drug levodopa can dramatically improve Parkinson's disease symptoms, within five years one-half of the patients using L-DOPA develop an irreversible condition -- involuntary repetitive, ... read more
July 28, 2016 Some people love avocados. Others hate them. For many of the latter, the fruit's texture is the source of their intense dislike. What gives? A team of biologists has now discovered the cellular ... read more
July 28, 2016 Researchers have found a connection between lack of ovarian hormones and changes in the brain's pleasure center, a hotspot in the brain that processes and reinforces messages related to reward, ... read more
July 28, 2016 An episode of major depression can be crippling, impairing the ability to sleep, work, or eat. But the drugs available to treat depression can take weeks or even months to start working. Researchers ... read more
July 28, 2016 A natural substance known to activate pain in the central nervous system has been found to have the opposite effect in other parts of the body, potentially paving the way to new methods of pain ... read more
June 26, 2013 The appearance of cutlery can affect perception of a food's taste, a new study finds. Food tastes saltier when eaten from a knife, and denser and more expensive from a light plastic spoon. Taste ... read more