The brain's response to magic mushrooms produces a rather "magical" effect. Psilocybin, the psychoactive chemical found in magic mushrooms, produces serotonin receptors in the brain that disrupt communication networks, resulting in a trip. Yet understanding just how this transformation occurs could ...
Human emotions are different for different individuals. Yet recent findings published in the journal Motivation and Emotion reveal that sadness is one of the most powerful and typically lasts the longest of others experienced.
Recent findings published in the Journal of Neuroscience have now linked seizures and migraines.
For men, nothing is sacred when it comes to sex. Their brains just crave the most disgusting, bizarre and dangerous debauchery. And of course, science proves it.
What mom eats is often dependent on her socioeconomic background, according to recent findings published in the journal Pediatrics. This will ultimately determine what baby eats, too.
Halloween is a great holiday to share with family and friends. Make sure you're celebrating the holiday safely!
Physical weakness can be an early predictor of kidney failure, in some patients.
In most cases, excess weight is never a good thing. Yet recent findings found that in a rare health twist, older adults with type 2 diabetes who have normal to average body mass indexes (BMI) are at an increased risk of mortality over heavier individuals with the same health problem.
Continuous technological advances are helping make headway in the medical world. Now, recent findings published in the journal Trends in Microbiology show that health-related data collected from social media websites can help to track, predict and even prevent certain health conditions-including the...
Previous studies have shown that mindful meditation can help to ease anxiety and mental stress. Now, recent findings published in the journal Mindfulness showed that meditating can also help boost creativity.
For children, the occurrence of breast and colorectal cancers are rare. However, when they do occur, they're more likely to be aggressive and harder to treat, according to recent findings that will be presented this week at the 2014 Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons.
Obesity in America has become a severe public health crisis. Estimates show that more than one-third of U.S. adults are obese, costing $147 billion annually in medical costs for related health issues.