How Long Can You Take Antidepressants?
Experts recommend people stay on antidepressants for four to nine months after remission, but some keep taking them for years.
No But Really, Don't Put Garlic in Your Vag
It won't help with the itch, and it might cause other problems.
Hot Weather Really Does Turn People Into Jerks
Don't take it personally.
What Happens When a Kid Becomes a Caregiver
"It didn't occur to me that I was taking on these roles. I just did them because I loved her."
Lonely People Don't Sleep as Well
Something to think about while you lie awake in bed.
Biodegradable Pads Are Almost Here
Scientists developed a thin pad that breaks down in weeks, not centuries.
How Scientists Will Turn Your Smartphone Into a Lie Detector
It works by tracking bloodflow in the face.
Real-Life ‘Love Potions’ Are Coming, But Are they Ethical?
In the future, our relationships will be neuro-enhanced.
Cats Can Sort of Understand the Laws of Physics, Say Scientists
A new study helps explain why cats are such good hunters.
Psychiatry's Most Promising New Treatment Is a Pacemaker For the Brain
And scientists have the lobotomy and electroconvulsive therapy to thank.
This Brain Surgeon Simulator Is Not a Game
A fake brain, a robot arm, and some impressive neural maps. Is this the future of neurosurgery?