MIND Reviews: The Emotional Life of Your Brain
MIND Reviews: The Power of Habit
Hesitant Speech Helps Kids, Um, Learn
Filled pauses direct toddlers' attention to new words
Money over Matter: Can Cash Incentives Keep People Healthy?
Losing weight or quitting smoking might just be a small bonus away
Less Sleep Linked to Blues in Teens
Earlier bedtimes set by parents protect against depression
How Can You Control Your Dreams?
The ability to manipulate our dream worlds goes beyond the science fiction plot of the movie Inception. A dream expert from Harvard University explains how it works
Kids' Smiles Predict Their Future Marriage Success
Childhood photos reveal happiness levels later in married life
News Scan Briefs: Hand Transplant Recipients Switch Handedness
Also: ending nerve damage from needles, "caveman" connection to humans, electromagnetic chatter, and laser beams that curve
Stephen Hawking still hospitalized, but "comfortable"
NIH issues new stem cell research guidelines
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) today released draft guidelines that permit federal funding for research on stem cells from human embryos set to be discarded by fertility clinics...
Money for cheaper herb-based malaria meds
Epilepsy med linked to decreased IQ
GSK and Pfizer in HIV company merger
Soot solution: New stoves?
Rare polio death in Minnesota
On the (pillow) case: EPA tackles bedbugs
In labor? Stand, sit, walk... But don't lie down
Hey would-be moms, eager to pick up the pace of your delivery? One piece of advice: don't lie down.
Researchers report in today's Cochrane Review that women who knelt, sat or walked around during the early stages of labor instead of lying in bed sliced as much as an hour off of the birthing process...