Psychology & Psychiatry

There's a man in the moon: Why our brains see human faces everywhere

It's so commonplace we barely give it a second thought, but human brains seem hardwired to see human faces where there are noneā€”in objects as varied as the moon, toys, plastic bottles, tree trunks and vacuum cleaners. Some ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

COVID-19 mask study finds layering, material choice matter

Wearing a face mask can protect yourself and others from COVID-19, but the type of material and how many fabric layers used can significantly affect exposure risk, finds a study from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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