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Psychology | Personality

What is it like to experience mental health problems? – Research Digest

A roundup of the research we've covered over the years that's explored what it's like to live with mental health problems, from OCD to hearing voices

Family & Parenting | Parenting

Study: Babies Introduced To Solid Foods Earlier Sleep Longer, Wake Less Frequently At Night - Study Finds

If getting your infant to wake up less frequently overnight and log more hours of shuteye overall, then this research is for you. A new study finds that babies transitioned to solid food earlier sleep longer and woke less frequently overnight compared to

Health & Fitness | Sleep

The Struggle Is Real: Baby Sleep Problems Can Lead To Parental Depression

Most parents of newborns know the struggle that comes with getting babies to sleep through the night. Now a recent study shows baby sleep problems may actually lead to depression for some.

Psychology | Hypnosis Information

Are My Allergies All in My Head? - The New York Times

Allergies exist. But emotional factors can make them better or worse.

Psychology | Hypnosis Information

How to Make Warts Disappear by Buying Them

Even though warts are caused by a virus, they are susceptible to suggestion. Some people make warts disappear by buying them.

Psychology | Hypnosis Information

Study Proves Hypnosis Patients Likely Aren't Faking Their 'Spell'

A new study examining the practice of hypnosis shows why people put under a "spell" probably aren't faking the obedient effects.

Health & Fitness | Sleep

Survey: Average American Has 99 'Terrible' Nights Of Sleep Each Year - Study Finds

With as many as 70 million adults in the U.S. suffering from a sleep disorder, there's no question that a good night's rest is incredibly valuable to many. Just how valuable, you ask? According to one survey, the average American would pay $290 for a perf

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

When Dad Is Sad: Postpartum Depression In Men Must Be Taken More Seriously, Study Finds

As many as 1 in 10 new dads suffer from postpartum depression (PPD), but how does the condition differ for men compared to women?