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By Carmen Heredia Rodriguez, Kaiser Health News
Therapy provided over the phone lowered symptoms of anxiety and depression among older adults in rural areas with a lack of mental health services, a new study shows.
By Lisa Gillespie, Kaiser Health News
A study published in Science magazine suggested that attitudes toward same-sex marriage were more likely to be changed by face-to-face conversations with gay canvassers over straight ones. But now that study has been redacted, spurring questions about how scientific research…
By PBS NewsHour
The brown coloring in your soda may be linked to increased cancer risk, according to a new study.
By Anna Sillers
Pick a card, any card, says the magician. Though seemingly offered a choice to pick whichever card you want, in a majority of the cases your brain has already fallen right into the magician's trap.
By Justin Scuiletti
What if you could trick your brain into thinking you weren't thirsty in the first place without ingesting a single drop of water, or make yourself believe you are thirsty when you are not?…
Humans aren't the only species that tend to belt out a drunk song or two after consuming alcohol -- songbirds will get in on the act as well. But first, scientists had to get them drunk.
By Nora Daly
Frequent fast-food consumption may slow children’s academic growth, according to a new nationwide study published in the journal Clinical Pediatrics.
By Anna Christiansen
Around 100,000 years ago, the diversity of large kangaroo species went beyond the grey or red mammal you are most familiar with today. A study released Wednesday in Plos One journal examined the extinct Sthenurine kangaroo family, which researchers…
Turns out dolphins have a certain magnetic quality, and not just figuratively but literally. A new study published in the journal Naturwissenschaften -- The Science of Nature, reveals that the aquatic mammals are attracted to magnets, behaving differently when in…
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