3 Ways Worrying Is Surprisingly Good For You

The right amount of worrying can be beneficial to mind and body. Worry can be good for both mind and body, new research concludes. Worry can help to motivate us and work to protect the emotions. Psychologists find that people…

‘Suicide hotline, can you hold?’

Last spring, a report found that 23 calls to the veteran’s crisis hotline went to voicemail. The Veteran’s Administration inspector general said he didn’t even know there was a voicemail system. Politicians said all the things you’d expect politicians to…

This Subtle Dementia Symptom Sends Early Warning

Dementia breaks down the brain’s ability to perform complex tasks, like this one. Being unable to understand sarcasm is an early warning sign of dementia, research finds. Deterioration in key parts of the brain in neuro-degenerative diseases causes people to…

The Scientific Way To Choose A Profile Picture For Dating, LinkedIn And Facebook

Let’s face it, many people seem to have no clue how to pick their own profile picture. You should let someone else choose your online profile picture, new research suggests. The advice is sound whether it is for a dating…