Thinking or talking about oneself in the third person can lead people to consider themselves in similar ways to how they think about others, a new study reports. Researchers say talking about yourself in the third person may allow you to distance yourself from stressful experiences and help to regulate emotion.
Neurologists at the University of Michigan reveal why some people get headaches when wearing their hair in ponytails. According to researchers, ponytail headaches are an example of allodynia, a normal stimuli interpreted as painful. A lack of sleep and a predisposition to migraine are some factors that may make the experience of pain worse.
Zolpidem, a medication commonly prescribed for insomnia, appear to be effective in helping to restore a conscious state in some patients who were in comas or vegetative state.
Study suggests new avenues for treating toxoplasmosis parasite infections.
Regardless of whether you aim to shed those excess pounds or get that new promotion this year, the key to your success starts with a good night's sleep, researchers say.
Researchers have discovered a new type of photoreceptor that is about 50 times more efficient at capturing light than the rhodopsin in the human eye.
Researchers report scary movies can have a residual anxiety effect years after people watch them.