• May 28, 2024, 5:43 pm
/ Psychology
[ad_1] This time of year, it’s not unusual to see a family member or a friend get impatient and try to figure out what is inside a wrapped present by read more
[ad_1] As technology evolves, AI-generated images of human faces are becoming increasingly indistinguishable from real photos. But our ability to separate the real from the artificial may come down to
[ad_1] When the wintry mix makes going outside unpleasant, the couch and a good book are tempting. But think: if you start your spring cleaning now, you’ll be able to
[ad_1] If you’re reading this, you’re probably stressed. Never fear: We’ve dug through the evidence to reveal what science really says about finding zen—and holding onto it through tough times.
[ad_1] This article was originally featured on KHN. As the covid-19 pandemic worsened a mental health crisis among America’s young people, a small group of states quietly withdrew from the nation’s
[ad_1] THE DEVIL found his first advocate in the church. In 1587, Pope Sixtus V established the role of Advocatus Diaboli, a Vatican official whose job was to combat any biases the
[ad_1] When’s the last time you looked away from your computer? If you’re anything like me, it’s been a while, which might be slowing both of us down.  Taking regular
[ad_1] Between lockdowns, missing milestone events such as prom or graduation, and general worry over the state of the world in the past few years, times have been particularly tough