Roughly one in three people will experience panic attacks at some point during their lives. But there is good news: They usually pass in 10 – 15 minutes, and you can use a few techniques to manage them, say experts Cindy Aaronson PhD and Justin Feinstein PhD.
Can you name a notable Asian-American or Pacific Islander scientist, inventor or entrepreneur? Don’t worry — after reading this article, you should have no problems remembering some.
Every insect you see is a truly unique individual, according to zoology researcher Melinda Babits. She explains why and how she’s studying the personality traits of bugs — particularly, firebugs — to find out more.
Breathing could be an overlooked key to finding more calm and peace in your life. Here’s why and how you can start experimenting with your inhalations and exhalations.
Most of us joke about hangovers, but the reality is no laughing matter: We’re suffering from alcohol withdrawal. Neuropsychopharmacologist David Nutt explains what scientists do know (and don’t) about these aches and pains — and what we can do to prevent and treat them.
Just like humans, fish have social networks too — and these could be key to helping protecting them and the coral reefs where they live, says marine biologist Mike Gil.