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Signs Someone You Know Is a Psychopath in Disguise

By: Megan Drillinger @drillinjourneys Credit: Cole Saladino/Thrillist It's easy to call someone a psychopath. You probably do it on a weekly, or even a daily basis. That dude who banged you and never called even though he PROMISED? Psychopath. Show More Summary

L.A.'s Hauser Wirth & Schimmel is out to upend the definition of a gallery

17 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

It is safe to say that most gallery tours are not conducted by flashlight. But an hour into a walk-through of the massive space that will become the gallery Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, the sun has slipped below the horizon, the temperature has plunged and the industrial stairs that zigzag up the side...

This ancient wildebeest was surprisingly dinosaur-like

17 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

A wildebeest-like animal that lived in Kenya some 75,000 years ago had one surprising similarity with dinosaurs that lived millions of years earlier. Rusingoryx atopocranion, described in a paper published Thursday in Current Biology, seems to have had the honker of a hadrosaur.Read full article >>

Apple begins offering trade-in credit for damaged iPhones

17 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Apple Inc. has begun offering trade-in credit for damaged iPhones, a strategy that could encourage people to buy a newer model rather than try to fix or bear with their current device. Apple is under pressure from investors to show that slowing sales of iPhones isn’t a long-term trend. Fostering...

Coastal Commission chief defends his record as panel moves to fire him

17 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

The embattled head of the California Coastal Commission is defending his record in his first public comments since members of the panel launched an effort to fire him from the powerful land-use agency. In an open memo to the commission, Executive Director Charles Lester offers a defense of the...

Will Baffert-trained Mor Spirit emerge from Santa Anita prep a Kentucky Derby contender?

17 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

The dark brown horse eased into the paddock at Gulfstream Park. He seemed relaxed in the Florida sun as he walked in front of the makeshift auctioneer's stand in the area normally used for saddling. Last year was the first time that Fasig-Tipton, a thoroughbred auction company, held their 2-year-old...

6 Good-for-You Dips and Spreads for Super Bowl Sunday

One of the benefits of dips and spreads is that they act as an ideal vehicle for getting some healthful foods, such as vegetables, fruits and whole grains.

Depression in Children

David Brent, M.D., is the Chief of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh.

Medical News Today: Can herpes contribute to cognitive decline?

Chronic viruses - including the herpes simplex virus - are linked to increased risk for cognitive decline in healthy older adults, according to the latest study.

Medical News Today: Mosquitos and Zika: the insect behind the outbreak

Mosquitos are the most deadly creature on the planet, transmitting diseases such as malaria and Zika. Learn more about these insects and what is being done to stop them.

Think Like a Doctor: Drowning on Dry Land Solved

17 hours agoHealth : Well

Readers solve the case of a 67-year-old healthy retiree who suddenly develops knife-like chest pain and a worsening cough.

Let's Stop Glorifying Sleep Deprivation

It took me one semester of six all-nighters, a three-week cold and some dramatic shifts in my social life for me to get it: sleep matters. It's no secret that college students don't get enough sleep. Between late-night homework hours and early-morning phone alarms, bad sleep habits are all too prevalent in today's college culture. Show More Summary

Finding a Cure For a Life of Constant Pain

Rafi Kopelan, 8, has Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa, a rare skin disease. Jackie Kopelan braces herself as she pulls up to her daughter Rafi's elementary school at the end of the day. The questions that have plagued her all...Show More Summary

Super Bowl and the Flu: Going Viral!

Did your home team make the Super Bowl this year? If so, congratulations! Also, you may be more likely to get the flu. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but it's actually a super interesting phenomenon! The findings come from a study just published in the American Journal of Health Economics. Show More Summary

AMP Updates Pathology Residency Curriculum Recommendations

The paper provides residency programs with specific recommendations from subject matter experts on 10 major molecular pathology topics: basic molecular pathology goals and laboratory management; basic concepts in molecular biology and...Show More Summary

The Biceps Tendon: A Mistreated and Misunderstood Friend

The biceps tendon is not having a good era. It is frequently implicated in shoulder pain, injected with steroids, cut out at surgery or severed and reattached, all in the belief that it is the primary generator of shoulder pain in active people. Show More Summary

Columbia Experts Answer Questions About the Zika Virus

Columbia University Medical Center and Mailman School of Public Health experts offer insight into the arrival of the Zika virus in South America and the Caribbean.

How Clothing Choices Affect and Reflect Your Self-Image

Your style and the clothes you choose reflect and affect your mood, health, and overall confidence. Scientists call this phenomenon "enclothed cognition", and Adam Hajo and Adam D. Galinsky, both professors at the Kellogg School of Management...Show More Summary

Researchers Work to Change Athletes' Perception, Reporting of Concussions

Researchers are working to reduce the stigma surrounding concussions--and reporting concussions.

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