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Altruism Is All in Your Head
Researchers have linked altruism to activity in a specific part of the brain.
New Alzheimer's Disease Gene Identified
Researchers have discovered a new gene that raises Alzheimer's risk by 20 percent.
Marijuana May Slow Alzheimer's Disease
Marijuana may slow Alzheimer's disease.
A Hair Test to Detect Eating Disorders
A new hair test may be able to tell if a person has an eating disorder.
Antipsychotics Don't Benefit Alzheimer's Patients
A new study shows that antipsychotics Zyprexa, Risperdal and Seroquel often prescribed to Alzheimer's patients do very little good and may cause serious harm.
Manorexia Becoming More Common
As many as 1 million men suffer from manorexia, or male anorexia.
Dementia and ALS Share Same Protein
New research has found that frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease) share a common protein.
Laughing Yoga Video
The laughing yoga video make you ... laugh.
The Last Normal Child
A Q&A with pediatrician Lawrence Diller whose new book, The Last Normal Child, discusses the disturbing trend of parents bringing normal children in for psychiatric drugs.
Schizophrenia Linked to Gene Match
A new study has found an interesting genetic connection between women who are diagnosed with schizophrenia and their mothers.
Married Parents Have Better Mental Health
A new study has found that married parents have fewer mental health issues than single parents.
Stroke Survivors and Depression
A new report says that 5-year stroke survivors often suffer from depression but few of them receive treatment.
Jeremy Sisto Has Multiple Personalities
Jeremy Sisto stars in INSiDE, a short film about multiple personalities.
Cabernet Sauvignon May Prevent Alzheimer's
A new study has found that Cabernet Sauvignon prevents plaque build-up in the brains of mice. Plaque build-up is believed to be the cause of Alzheimer's disease.
Trichotillomania May Be Genetic
A new study has found that some cases of trichotillomania, a disorder that compels people to pull out their hair, may be caused by a gene called SLITKR1.