Health

The return of a training classic for runners

With running, proper form is essential for everything from desired speed to injury prevention. But for many people, muscle memory has locked in less-than-perfect form.

Other

Study unearths Britain's first speech therapists

On International Stammering Awareness Day (22 October), a new study reveals that Britain's first speech therapists emerged at least a century earlier than previously thought.

Psychology & Psychiatry

'You are getting very sleepy': When hypnotism came to America

In the early 19th century, American factory workers often labored for 12-hour shifts, six days a week, and weaver Cynthia Gleason was having trouble sleeping. That is, until Dr. Charles Poyen "mesmerized" the textile worker ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Recommendations to tackle multiple sclerosis

MS in the 21st Century, an initiative co-chaired by Royal Holloway, University of London Professor of Neuropsychology, Dawn Langdon has published their new manuscript "Unmet needs, burden of treatment, and patient engagement ...

Other

How the Victorians explain our obsession with the microbiome

In recent years, the microbiome has made a transformation from "obscure to ubiquitous". Numerous studies have tentatively associated the whole range of microorganisms that live inside us with our immune, bodily, and even ...

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