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May 20 2019 | npr
For people, the link between pain and emotion is a good thing. But sometimes it can also be destructive, says Beth Darnall, a psychologist at Stanford University.
May 14 2019 | Scientific American
Blocking an immune-related molecule lodged in blood vessels stops memory loss
May 8 2019 | The New York Times
Genetic and molecular analysis of 109 volunteers turned up hidden health problems in about half of them. Critics say the approach amounted to ‘carpet-bombing’ the body.
May 3 2019 | Futurism / The Bute
The ear is like a biological equivalent of a USB port.
May 3 2019 | Los Angeles Times
Millions of Americans take millions of sleeping pills every year — a sign, many experts say, that human beings weren’t designed to live in a wired world of constant stimulation.
May 1 2019 | Science
Opposite approaches to altering the activity of vasopressin in the brain improved some social deficits in people with autism.
May 1 2019 | The Wall Street Journal
University’s M.B.A. program seeks new revenue by offering popular emotional intelligence course to working people; ‘This isn’t therapy’
May 1 2019 | Spectrum IEEE
Devices tucked inside your ears will make technology more personal than ever before.
Apr 26 2019 | The New York Times
Biased - Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do
Apr 7 2019 | The Washington Post
Health-care programs, experts are tackling such isolation with some strategic solutions.