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Scientists zero in on chemical that allows us to suppress certain concepts.
A new piece by the New Yorker details the Sackler family's impact.
Nat Geo Explorer and best-selling author Dan Buettner is here to help you find your happy place.
Chapman University sociologists have been studying the nation's fears for years.
The drug-resistant malaria parasite is on the move in Southeast Asia.
RealClearLife's Jill Di Donato takes you through the real and virtual worlds of modern sex.
By Jill Di Donato
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Announcement follows the Irish's pop singer's cry for help on Facebook last month.
The service is primarily aimed at those who lack mobility.
Fishermen and scientists work together to study shark migration, conservation and medicine.
By Diana Crandall
Psychologists and economists cannot agree on whether such a crisis exists.
Users who search certain terms offered questionnaire to test depression levels.
State Department said 'incidents' began affecting staff in late 2016.
State media said young men are 'too fat' and 'masturbate too much.'
RealClearLife talks with author Marc Raciti about post-traumatic stress disorder and his treatment.
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