How society can help those who do not make it to the doctor
By suppressing or increasing cravings, microbes help the brain decide what foods the body “needs”
Mexico’s third gender sheds light on the biological correlates of sexual orientation.
Many people on the spectrum take multiple medications, which can lead to serious side effects and may not even be effective
New research suggests the disorder often looks different in females, many of whom are being misdiagnosed and missing out on the support they need
At long last, introverts are having their day. Over the last few years, being quiet and inner-directed has become not only acceptable, but downright trendy. But introversion often gets mistaken for its more restrictive, self-conscious, but treatable cousin, social anxiety
Many social animals start to feel itchy after watching one of their fellows scratch, and scientists now have a better understanding of why an itch can spread through a group.