Doomed to Disagreement in Politics?

When people are presented with evidence that counter their firmly held beliefs, they generally tend to discount it. During a time of polarizing and turbulent American politics, this tendency to disagree undermi...

Genetic contributions to self-reported tiredness

Fatigue is characterized by self-reported tiredness and low energy.  Obvious behaviors such as sleeping less than the National Sleep Foundation recommended 7-9 hours a night, eating nutrient-poor foods that cau...

Can AI Make Our World More Secure?

Can Our Emotions Keep Us Safe on the Internet? With advancements in AI seemingly making headlines daily, it sometimes feels that our minds may become mated to, and perhaps even overcome by, machines without ...

Eat Your Fiber

Eat your fiber. We have all heard it before. You may be thinking, “My digestive system is fine! I don’t need fiber.” But, whether you like it or not, fiber has countless health benefits outside of normalizing b...

Head Lag in Infancy: What Is It Telling Us?

Preterm babies are born before the 37th week of pregnancy. They are at high risk for neurological and developmental consequences that can continue to have effects into childhood. Poor motor development is a com...

A New Piece in the HIV Puzzle?

The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) continues to plague the world, with nearly 37 million people living with the virus today. Although antiretroviral therapy has somewhat contained the virus by “prolonging s...