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This eye-opening TED talk provides encouraging insight into not only what auditory hallucinations and schizophrenia may be like for patients, but...
Screaming, jumping, gasping, cheering and drinking aren't the only ways your sports obsession might be affecting your behavior. A new study found...
Clinical researchers at the University of Zurich are touting the benefits of online psychotherapy after their study found it equally — if not...
Does your home need a color makeover? Consider the psychological makeup of your favorites hues before grabbing your paintbrush.
When it comes to food, humans aren't great with self-control — as evidenced by the fact that more than one in 10 of the world's adult population is...
Gargling with a sugary liquid might give you that extra bit of willpower to say no to that second cookie or resist the urge to smoke. A new study...
The happiest people eat seven or more servings of fruits and vegetables a day, according to a new study to be published in the journal Social...
Most of us lose the Lay’s potato chip wager of “bet you can’t eat just one.” Even if chips aren’t your weakness, you most likely crave another treat...
Photo: Alaska Sea Life Center HellaWella’s media mash is a weekly feature listing the latest and most interesting health-and-wellness stories we’ve...
mental health stigmas
Depression is not something you can just “shake off,” your boss is not bipolar and Dexter is not an accurate representation of a...

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