Can an intense belief that you're about to die actually kill you? Researchers are learning more about "voodoo death" and how it isn't limited to superstitious, foreign cultures.
Danielle Henderson spent six years and $60,000 on college and beyond. The effects of that education? Not as advertised.
Anti-aging creams make absurd claims that they repair DNA damage or use stem-cell treatments. When cosmetics companies and dermatologists partner to maximize profits, who is responsible for protecting the consumer?
How far can you run or bike? For athletes, a little benign deception and positive thinking can trump body science.
Whether it's the benefits of talk therapy or the pills and tonics they provide, homeopaths in San Francisco are helping people turn their lives around.
Researchers say keg stands and Solo cups alone could get you intoxicated—no beer required.
The mind is a powerful thing. For our latest week-long special report, we look at the placebo effect, deception, control, and the ever-mysterious mind-body connection.