Psychology & Psychiatry

Explaining scientific consensus may help to convince naysayers

Anyone who has the wrong idea about genetically modified foods is more likely to change their beliefs when they are told that scientific consensus tells a different story. The impact may be even more effective if the person ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Social context is key to COVID testing success

Edinburgh experts who completed a comprehensive review of COVID-related research carried out by social scientists found it to be limited in depth and scope.


Exploring the health benefits of ginseng

Ginseng, a widely popular superfood, has long been used in traditional medicine. The health benefits of ginseng are largely attributed to compounds called ginsenosides, which are present in the roots, stems, and leaves of ...


Migraine admission differentially affected by race, income

(HealthDay)—Race and income—both individually and combined—affect the incidence of migraine diagnosis on admission to the hospital, according to a study published online Aug. 9 in the Journal of the National Medical ...

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