CoronaVirus Mask Legislation

Why are we being mandated to wear masks when no one has proven that they are either safe or effective in efforts to overcome COVID-19 spread.

Has Psychiatry Lost Touch With Individuals?

An argument for emphasis on subjective experience. The post Has Psychiatry Lost Touch With Individuals? appeared first on Nautilus.

What Science Forgets

Human experience must be factored into science. The authors of a new manifesto argue why. The post What Science Forgets appeared first on Nautilus.

Researchers Map Neural Connections Key to Wakefulness in the Human Brain

Human consciousness requires a person to be both awake and aware. While neuroscientists have learned a great deal from research about the underlying brain networks that sustain awareness, surprisingly

Where the Ocean Exhales

The Southern Ocean controls how much carbon is released into the atmosphere—and our warming world is changing it. The post Where the Ocean Exhales appeared first on Nautilus.

How AI Helped Write a New Novel

Acclaimed writer Mauro Javier Cárdenas used AI in his latest work to surprising effect. The post How AI Helped Write a New Novel appeared first on Nautilus.

A Closer Look at the Science of Mirror Neurons

The brain cells once alleged to explain empathy, autism, and theory of mind are being refined and redefined. The post A Closer Look at the Science of Mirror Neurons appeared first on Nautilus.

Biodiversity Loss Is the Greatest Menace on Earth

Craig Foster on his 3 greatest revelations while writing Amphibious Soul. The post Biodiversity Loss Is the Greatest Menace on Earth appeared first on Nautilus.

A Model Toadlet

A tiny, charismatic frog in Brazil is revealing secrets of a killer fungus. The post A Model Toadlet appeared first on Nautilus.

An A to Z of Hungry Killer Whales

This unique community of orcas is starving to death. The post An A to Z of Hungry Killer Whales appeared first on Nautilus.

Federal Experts Talk Bird Flu ‘What Ifs’ in WebMD Live Event

WebMD brought together experts from four federal agencies to talk prevention, monitoring, and what the “what ifs” of bird flu might look like.

Falling in Love with a Fly

My Octopus Teacher’s Craig Foster considers the uncharismatic. The post Falling in Love with a Fly appeared first on Nautilus.

What’s Next in Health Care for Older Adults: Questions and Answers With John Whyte, MD

As WebMD’s chief medical officer, John Whyte, MD, is in a unique position to see both the current state of medical care for America’s older adults and the way things are trending for the future. W

Get the Care You Need in a COVID-19 World

What to expect at the doctor’s office, hospitals, and long-term care facilities, the future of telemedicine, and how to get the best care during COVID-19.

Speeding the Diagnosis of Rare Genetic Disorders with the Help of Artificial Intelligence

Millions of children around the world are born each year with severe genetic disorders. Many of these are Mendelian disorders, which are rare genetic conditions caused by mutations in a single gene. B

Personal Shopper: A Savvy Black Entrepreneur Guides You to Eczema-Friendly Clothes, Creams, Cosmetics, and More

A savvy black entrepreneur guides you on an eczema-friendly shopping spree.

A Cosmic Glitch in Gravity

Is gravity weaker over distances of billions of light-years? The post A Cosmic Glitch in Gravity appeared first on Nautilus.

Behind the Spike in Colorectal Cancer Among Young Americans

Colorectal cancer cases increased a whopping 333% among 15- to 19-year-olds and 185% among 20- to 24-year-olds from 1999 to 2020.

How to Build a Support Network for Schizophrenia Care

Schizophrenia caregiver support is essential to avoid burnout. Learn how to build a support network when you're a mental-health caregiver.

Helping Someone Stick With Schizophrenia Treatment

Schizophrenia treatment is tricky when your loved one resists it. Learn ways to help someone with schizophrenia stick with their treatment plan.

Is It Time to Change Schizophrenia Treatments?

Is it time for a change in your loved one's schizophrenia treatment? Learn the signs caregivers should watch for.

How to Talk to Your Loved One's Care Team

If you’re a schizophrenia caregiver, communication with your loved one's doctors is important. Learn how to stay in the loop.

Is Your Doctor ‘Blue Zones’ Certified?

The American College of Lifestyle Medicine and Blue Zones will soon offer a new clinical certification to physicians and health professionals.

AI Tool Using Single-Cell Data Has Promise for Optimally Matching Cancer Drugs to Patients

Precision oncology, in which doctors choose cancer treatment options based on the underlying molecular or genetic signature of individual tumors, has come a long way. The Food and Drug Administration

Machine Learning Study Offers Clues to Why Some People Have Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain Without Inflammation

About 1.5 million adults in the U.S. are living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), an autoimmune disease in which the immune system attacks joint tissue, causing inflammation, swelling, and pain. Treatme

Study Suggests Treatments that Unleash Immune Cells in the Brain Could Help Combat Alzheimer’s

In Alzheimer’s disease, a buildup of sticky amyloid proteins in the brain clump together to form plaques, causing damage that gradually leads to worsening dementia symptoms. A promising way to chang

Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental Health Conditions During and After Pregnancy is On the Rise, But Disparities Still Exist

Pregnancy and childbirth are often thought of as joyful times. Yet, we know that mental health conditions including perinatal depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are common

Visiting West Virginia University and Sharing Vision for Enhancing the Nation’s Health

NIH Director Monica Bertagnolli with Senator Shelley Moore Capito (left), and Dr. Ming Lei, Vice Dean of Research at the WVU School of Medicine (right), during a visit to West Virginia University Heal

Microbe Normally Found in the Mouth May Drive Progression of Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer is a leading cause of death from cancer in the United States. We know that risk of colorectal cancer goes up with age, certain coexisting health conditions, family history, smoking,

Visiting West Virginia University and Sharing Vision for Enhancing the Nation’s Health

In March, I had the pleasure of joining Senator Shelley Moore Capito in my first ever visit to West Virginia University Health Sciences Campus in Morgantown, where I got to witness NIH-supported resea

Fear Switch in the Brain May Point to Target for Treating Anxiety Disorders Including PTSD

There’s a good reason you feel fear creep in when you’re walking alone at night in an unfamiliar place or hear a loud and unexpected noise ring out. In those moments, your brain triggers other par


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