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Michael Phelps teaches his 2-year-old son a special ‘lion’s breath’ technique — part of the mental-health routine that Phelps ...
Michael Phelps is teaching his 2-year-old a simple breathing technique for dealing with frustration. It's a strategy supported by science.
A group of researchers published a paper about a new technique for inserting probes into brains, which they described as a 'sewing machine.'
Your body goes through a lot while you're sleeping. From fighting infection to renewing skin, here's what your body is doing while you sleep.
Unlike the depression drugs available for decades, neither of the two new drugs is a pill. One is a nasal spray; the latest is an injection made by Sage.
After using a cotton swab, a man had a seizure and was diagnosed with a brain infection.
New research has suggested taking a vitamin found in avocado, eggs, and fish could help you recall your dreams.
Daylight-saving time begins Sunday, March 10, 2019. Years of data tell us the switch is deadly. Here's why it puts stress on our bodies.
Regulators just approved the first new depression drug since the 1980s, and some see blockbuster potential
A drug inspired by ketamine just became the first new type of depression drug in 35 years. The FDA approved the nasal spray made by Johnson & Johnson.
Certain genetic mutations may mean some people could have no limit to how much they can drink, according to a study of drunk mice.
This optical illusion exposes a flaw in our brains by proving that there's a delay in how we perceive it — but it's only 15 milliseconds.