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What Is ASMR and Why Are Millions of People Talking About It?
If your brain "tingles" while watching videos of someone eating a pickle, carving soap, whispering softly, brushing their hair, tapping their fingernails, and so on, you may be experiencing Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR).
What Causes Vertigo? 15 Things Doctors Wish You Knew
13 People You Didn’t Know Overcame Stuttering
Real-Life Survivors Reveal What It’s Really Like to Be in a Coma
6 Signs of a Brain Aneurysm Everyone Should Know
This Woman Thought She Had a Runny Nose—It Turned out Fluid Was Leaking from Her Brain
15 Vertigo Treatments to Finally Cure Your Dizziness
The dizziness, nausea, and feeling of freefall that come with vertigo will have you searching...
Paresthesia: This Is What Happens When Your Foot Falls Asleep
Does your foot always fall asleep? Here's what you need to know about why we...
My “Finger Twitch” Turned out to Be Brain Inflammation
When this young, healthy woman developed symptoms that progressed from cramped fingers to hallucinations and...
Parkinson’s Disease Could Start in This Body Part, Massive Study Finds
Hint: It’s not the muscles or the brain!
8 Early Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms That Are Too Easy to Miss
This movement disorder is more treatable when caught early, but Parkinson’s disease symptoms can...
The Real Reason Stephen Hawking Outlived His Fatal Disease By 55 Years
We knew him as the brilliant physicist who deepened our understanding of black holes and...
7 Things You Need to Know About ALS
Important information about amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the fatal disease that affects more than 20,000 Americans at...
7 Concussion Symptoms You Should Never Ignore
Anyone with a concussion should be checked by a health care professional if at all...
Here’s What Really Happens When You Hear That Voice in Your Head
Your brain basically thinks it’s the same thing as talking out loud.
Yes, Some People Can Hear Colors, See Sounds, and Taste Words—Here’s Why
You'll be blown away by what people with synesthesia actively experience in their everyday life.
How a Grey’s Anatomy Doctor Survived a Brain Tumor in Real Life
As a former TV doctor on the medical drama Grey’s Anatomy, Kate Walsh didn’...
Hiccups Can Be a Sign of This Deadly, Life-Threatening Condition—Here’s Why
One day, this university student had the hiccups. About a week later, she couldn't see...
The Surprising Illness Behind My Dad’s Sudden Gambling Addiction
Parkinson's drugs can trigger compulsive behavior, as Marily Atlas-Berney reveals in the story of her...
The Science-Backed Way Cell Phones Could Heal Concussions Faster
Teens with concussion might make more progress with the help of their cell phone. Here's how.
Doctors Wanted to Take Me Off Life Support—But I Was Conscious the Whole Time
The patient was in a coma—all the doctors said so. The only one who disagreed? The patient.
This Mysterious Disease Makes People Laugh Even When Nothing Is Funny
One second you're fine, the next moment you're crying hysterically. Then just as suddenly, the...
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Brain Damage from Drowning Can Be Reversed—and This Little Girl Is Proof
This is a world's first!
This Infographic Shows You Exactly What to Do if Someone Is Having a Seizure
Memorize these dos and don'ts ASAP!
What It Really Feels Like to Have Tourette Syndrome
Andrew Joannou used to spend hours exercising to control tics. After experimental brain surgery, he's...
This Innovation Researcher Built a Wrist Gadget That Stopped Her Co-Worker’s Parkinson’s Tremors
Designer Emma Lawton had given up on her life's passion to draw and create, until...