How to Treat Acne Naturally

Acne is a common problem that gives too many people too much grief. Many conventional acne (or acne vulgaris) treatments—antibiotics, oral steroids, hormonal birth control pills, and isotretinoin (sold with brand name Accutane)—have serious, sometimes downright scary, side effects. There may be cases when these nuclear options are necessary, but I know many folks would … Read more

Keto Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

When people think of comfort food there’s a good chance that mac and cheese comes to mind. This creamy, gooey, and cheesy dinner time meal can easily transport you back to childhood days when you wished every meal could be mac and cheese. While we don’t suggest having mac and cheese every night, this keto … Read more

Nobel in medicine awarded to Svante Pääbo for discoveries on human evolution

The Nobel Prize in medicine was awarded Monday to Svante Päbo, a Swedish geneticist whose work on ancient DNA helped change our understanding of human origins. Pääbo, an evolutionary geneticist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, led groundbreaking work to sequence the genome of long-extinct Neanderthals, showing they interbred with … Read more

We Are Responsible for Our Own Feelings

In essence, being responsible for your feelings (and only yours) is about switching a pattern of belief. If you or someone else tries to blame or guilt-trip someone else for how you’re feeling right now, that is called “emotional projection.” You are projecting something you don’t like about yourself (such as an impulse to anger) … Read more

Do Sociopaths Feel Empathy and Remorse?

Someone with antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) may be less likely to experience remorse and empathy, and more prone to negative emotions, like anger and sadness. But there are exceptions. A lack of consideration for others is one of the hallmarks of antisocial personality disorder, sometimes referred to as sociopathy. Sociopathy is often related to a … Read more