Scientists have uncovered key clues to a strange disorder that puts its victims to sleep without warning--often at their own peril. The science boosts hope for new treatments while shedding light on the secrets of sleep
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Most people are repulsed by the idea of sex with children. But keeping children safe from pedophiles means trying to discover how this disastrous craving comes about--and how to tame it
Can people be counted on to make sound judgments?
When it comes to understanding how acupuncture needles can heal, scientists are still only scratching the surface
The hype is huge, and the findings are somewhat disturbing--but the future of online dating looks good
What makes a house feel like home? Psychological research offers insight into what people want and need for happy living
The pursuit of happiness drives much of what we do, but achieving it always seems just out of reach
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The Dow Chemical Company is the leading producer of polyalkylene glycols (PAGs) used in synthetic fluids and lubricants where petroleum,
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