The sensation of being "fake" in the workplace, or more commonly known as "the impostor phenomenon" might have a negative impact in career prospects and business.
A new study revealed that adding walnuts to daily diet could greatly improve the mood and overall state-of-mind of people.
Fall and winter months triggers the emergence of seasonal affective disorder
Loneliness could be considered as behavioral symptom of preclinical Alzheimer's disease, prior to mild cognitive impairment.
Contour patterns and interval structure of songs could explain why some tunes tend to stick in our heads.
A new study revealed that consistent small lies could alter the way on how a certain part of the brain associated to negative emotions respond to lie, desensitizing our brain in the process and encourages bigger lies in the future.
About 52 percent of American voters consider the presidential election to be very or somewhat stressing.
Linking children's family environment to their well-being and relationship stability on the last decade of one's life, researchers found proof that association between the two can further explain how and why people end up with a secure and contended late-life relationships.
People who are angry and emotionally upset while doing heavy physical activity have thrice the risk of heart attack.
The Salem witch trials remain one of the darkest examples of paranoia and injustice throughout history. Now, 325 years after this tragic period, here’s a look back at what happened and the political, religious and environmental factors that created a perfect storm for the accusations and death that followed.
A new study revealed that the genes might be one of the reason why some people are more prone to feeling lonely compared to others.
A new study revealed that internet addiction could be a cause or result of mental health problems.
A new study reveals that beers could influence people's social and sexual perception, making them happier and more friendly.
A new study identified part of the brain that have changhes in their activity and connectivity during hypnotism.