Post Profile






Hallucinations Are More Common Than We Think

This article originally appeared on Medical Daily. Hallucinations, or non-existent experiences, are far more common than you might be comfortable with. For example, one study suggested that as many as one in 20 people in the general population has experienced at least one hallucination in their lifetime that wasn’t connected to drugs, drinking or dreaming. Here are some of the most common types of hallucinations so you know what to expect if you ever find yourself in such a situation.
read more

share

Related Posts


Birth Control Pill Use Led to Fewer Ovarian Cancer Deaths: Study

Technology : News Week: Technology and Science

This article was originally published on Medical Daily. The birth control pill has not only granted women greater reproductive freedom, it may also have protected them against dying from ovarian cancer, suggests a new study publishe...

Why the Snow Leopard 'Rape' in 'Planet Earth II' Shocked So Many Viewers

Technology : News Week: Technology and Science

This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. Sir David Attenborough is a “heartless sadist,” preying on viewers’ nerves with the stuff of natural world nightmares. So said the Daily Mail in a...

Alzheimer's Vaccine? Researchers Say it's Possible Within 5 Years

Technology : News Week: Technology and Science

This article originally appeared on Medical Daily. A new study suggests that a vaccine for the incurable Alzheimer's disease could become a reality in as little as five years, and may one day become as much of a fixture in the lives...

Most Seniors Don't Take the Right Prescription Drugs, Study Finds

News : Newsweek: US

This article originally appeared on Medical Daily.  The elderly are not making the most out of their medication, suggests a new study published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. For the study, researchers observed the...

Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivities Are Real, Study Suggests

News : Newsweek: US

This article originally appeared on Medical Daily. Celiac disease is the reason why so many people can't eat bread. The disease is really an autoimmune disorder, meaning every time a patient consumes gluten—a common protein found in...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC