Seeing your kids having a conversation by themselves might really freak you out. But having imaginary friends is perfectly normal, experts say. In fact, having an imaginary friend may even have some serious benefits, both social and cognitive. According to a 2004 study, about 65
Teenagers, they are notorious for making bad decisions. Whether it’s chatting with strangers online, deciding to experiment with drugs, piercing ears, skateboarding; they always seem to illustrate the sets of impulsive behaviors. Scientists have long said teens are impulsive because their brains aren’t fully developed.
Do you believe in ghosts? Do you want to believe? If so, I apologize. According to science, seeing ghost might be hallucinations caused by toxic mold. Ghost stories are more than folklore; the people who tell them aren’t kidding about the specter that stole their
Do I really need to tell you all what blood is? Well, blood is a body fluid in humans and other animals that deliver necessary substances such as nutrients and oxygen to the cells and transports metabolic waste products away from those same cells. Human
Do you love reading books? A 2016 study says the more books you bury your nose into, the longer you live— meaning bookworms live longer. Books don’t just boost your brain, but also helps you live longer. A 2016 study published in the journal Social
Nostalgia is a sentimentality for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations. Nostalgia is associated with a wistful yearning for the past, its personalities, and events, especially the “good old days” or a “warm childhood”. These recollections of one’s past
Astrology is certainly fun to talk about with a cute young thing across the bar. But when it comes to actually guiding your life choices, beware. Astrology isn’t science, and it definitely can’t predict your fate. Astrology sounds a lot like Astronomy: it’s based on