The New Report on Kratom Overdoses Is Scary But Kind of Misleading
Almost all of those who tested positive for kratom also tested positive for other substances.
This Is Why You Can't Go Back to Sleep When You Want To
And why you can’t wake up when you have to.
Narcissistic Traits Might Differ Depending on How You Vote
A recent study looks at personality traits like exhibitionism and entitlement in Republicans and Democrats.
Men Obsessed With Being Fit Often Struggle With Drinking and Depression
The real problem isn’t a thin ideal—it’s a muscular one, a new study shows.
Some People Stay In Dead-End Relationships Because They're Too Nice
People who believed their partners really wanted the relationship to work were less likely to initiate a break up.
The Long-Term Psychological Effects of Having Acne as a Teen
Women specifically reported greater impairment in their quality of life, and showed more symptoms than men.
Acting Like a Psychopath Can Help You at Work, if You're a Man
Men and women are perceived differently when they display traits like aggression and dominance in the office.
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Is it Possible to Get Sick From a Used Dorm Mattress?
Your predecessor could have left behind everything from dust mites to insect parts, bodily secretions and excretions, fungal spores, and bacteria.
The Average Nurse Makes Barely More Than They Did in 2005
Meanwhile, doctors and medical center CEOs saw much bigger increases.
Calling Safe Consumption Sites by a Different Name Increases Public Support
A new study found that, all other things being equal, people were more likely to support "overdose prevention sites" opening in their community.
People With Depression May Have Less of This Chemical in Their Bodies
Those who had the worst symptoms had the lowest levels.
Why Do We Dislike People Who Seem Too Nice?
Psychologists call it “antisocial punishment” or “do-gooder derogation.”