There are two senses in which the word “neurodiversity” is used.
The year is 1973, and, across America, eight secret agents spring into action.
Not “secret agents” in the ordinary sense of the world, though.
There is a psychology student, three trained psychologists, and a psychiatrist — as well as a pediatrician, a painter, and a housewife. …
You can always trust me to write entire articles answering the questions that nobody asks.
If you’ve been following the news from the wacky world of medicine, you’ll know that just this week, an American man by the name of David Bennett received the world’s first pig heart in lieu…
As far as psychiatric diseases go, Uppgivenhetssyndrom, the Swedish for “Resignation syndrome”, is a perplexing one.
Here is how a typical case might play out:
Wasting money can be done in many ways.
Sometimes, it’s pretty innocuous. Throwing money in a wishing well, maybe, or buying a lottery ticket here and there.
Sometimes wasting money is more serious.
For most of us, a mild gambling addiction, a hasty and poorly thought-out investment, or a spontaneous…
You’re driving in a car, travelling way too fast, when you hit a patch of ice.
Would you rather: (a) have had signs warning you of the danger of ice, causing you to travel slower, and traverse the ice safely; or, (b), have a highly-trained, effective local paramedic…
When I was 10, I wanted to be an astronaut, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and to win a Nobel Prize.
I won’t lie — if any of those things were to happen to me today, I’d be pretty chuffed (except maybe the Premiership — seems like a…
It hurts. It’s (almost?) never fun. We do it anyway.
Truth be told, I’ve never run a marathon before. I’ve only done one actual race, and…