There's a Little Bit of Psychopath in All of Us
These are the five things most people don’t understand about psychopaths.
Round Earth “Theory” is Western Propaganda, According to This Indian Flat Earther
The world’s oldest conspiracy theory is being revisited by a man practicing the ancient Indian religion of Jainism, who claims to have seen two suns.
The Moral Distress of Being a Veterinarian
Many vets feel conflicted about pet owners' insistence on over-treatment or inappropriate requests for euthanasia, and it takes a toll: suicide rates in the industry are high.
Why Cleaning Makes Some People Feel Less Anxious
A psychologist explains why doing chores leads to less stress.
The FDA Approved a Ketamine-Like Nasal Spray for Hard-to-Treat Depression
The drug, esketamine, is a new kind of antidepressant for people who haven't responded to other treatments.
Lee Hoffer, PhD
The High Life
Shrooms Are the Safest Drug You Can Take
Magic mushrooms are safer, even, than smoking weed.
This Is How Parents Around The World Get Their Babies to Sleep
From rain apps to fennel seeds, these parents have tried everything to get their infants to go the hell to sleep.
Our Obsession with Taking Photos May Alter How We Remember Things
Rather than remembering what we ate, we scroll back to look at all the images we took of the food. This can have serious consequences.
Why Being Stressed All the Time Can Make You Sick
Early-life stress is especially concerning, according to recent research.
Lifting Weights Has a Surprising Effect on Mental Health
In a new paper, researchers took a closer look at the connection between depression, anxiety, and working out.
How to Get in Shape Without Cutting Out Alcohol
No, you don't have to give up drinking entirely to burn fat.
A Guide to Getting Into Menstrual Cups
The long-lasting, reusable blood funnels have a rabid fan base. Here's everything you need to know about using a tiny chalice for your periods.