Fretting About Election Stress is Bad for Your Health

A new study indicates people report worse physical health around major elections.

AI and Twitter Could Help Predict Opioid Deaths

Combined, the technologies can predict where opioid deaths are likely to occur.

Study: Majority of Radicalized People Didn't Get Mental Health Care

Radicalized individuals either didn't trust the system or health care providers were unable to provide mental health services for them.

More College Students Than Ever Say They Go to Therapy

Nearly half of all college students are depressed, according to a new nationwide study.

Top 3 Priority Recommendations for the First Federal Chief Data Officer

COMMENTARY | Many agency chief data officers would like to see the creation and appointment of a federal CDO.

NASA Identifies Star With Two Potentially-habitable Planets Orbiting it

TOI-700 has not one, but two planets located in what scientists term the "habitable zone."

Does Chronic Stress Cut Neurosteroids, Causing Depression?

New research with mice indicates how chronic stress affects steroids in the brain.

Will Brain Organoids Soon Become Biocomputers?

Biocomputers composed of brain cells could be more powerful than supercomputers and use much less power.

Infants Beat AI at Detecting Human Motivations

Infants understand human adults better than artificial intelligence, for now at least.

All Presidents Avoid Reporters, But Biden May Achieve a Record in His Press Avoidance

Democracy demands accountability, but press conferences are risky business for presidents nowadays.

What are the Pros and Cons of Digital Workers?

Digital employees offer companies advantages, but there are also drawbacks.

Won’t Get Fooled Again?

COMMENTARY | In the world of cybersecurity, the more things change the more they stay the same.