According to researchers, an antidepressant that has been available for more than 50 years could help slow the progression of Parkinson's disease. The drug, nortiptyline, has been shown to stop the growth of alpha synuclein.
Longitudinal study reveals for most people narcissistic traits such as sensitivity to criticism and imposing your opinion onto others, decreases as we age. However, having high aspirations for yourself increases over time.
Researchers show CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing technology can be effectively used in rhesus monkey embryos.
A new study shows an association between excessive social media use and impaired risky decision making, a common deficient in substance addiction.
Placebos reduce biomarkers in the brain of emotional distress, even when a patient knows they are taking one.
A popular TED Talk argues power poses helps to boost confidence and increases chances of success. A number of new studies challenges the assertions, reporting that power poses may make people feel more powerful, but that is where the effect ends.
Using EEG to measure brain activity, Michigan State University researchers discover expressive writing can help those who worry excessively to calm their fears before entering into a stressful task.
Study reveals few differences in life satisfaction and limited differences in personality traits between those who are child-free and those who are parents.