Patients Harmed by Diagnosis Find Their Voices | Psychology Today
Victims of psychiatric labeling file ethics complaints By Paula J. Caplan, Ph.D....
Meet Dr. Nakamats, world’s most prolific innovator | SmartPlanet
With over over 4,000 patents to his name, the 84-year-old invention wizard of Japan makes Thomas Edison look like a slacker.
Battery runs on paper, releases water as byproduct | SmartPlanet
A new “bio-battery” that runs on shredded paper or cardboard produces enough power to run an mp3 player and is small enough to fit into on
10+ phrases that can be irritating or offensive | TechRepublic
It’s possible to rub someone the wrong way without even realizing it — all because you used the wrong expression at the wrong time. Calvin
Did meat and cooked food make us smarter? | SmartPlanet
Studies suggest that had prehumans eaten raw vegan diets, our brains would not have grown to the size they did.