Medical News Today: Do eye wrinkles make us appear more sincere?

An intriguing new study on facial perception concludes that wrinkles around the eyes make the emotions of an individual appear more sincere.

Medical News Today: Assessing trauma through art: The signs of inner struggle

Traumatic brain injury can bring post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, or anxiety. Can therapy art help to assess how severe someone's trauma is?

Medical News Today: What is separation anxiety disorder in adults?

Separation anxiety is part of development for young children, but it may also occur in adults. Unfounded fear concerning one's self or family, difficulty sleeping, and depression are some of the symptoms. Treatment involves learning management strategies and therapy. Find out about separation anxiety in adults here.

Medical News Today: Why music volume matters when trying to lose weight

A new study investigates how the volume of music in restaurants impacts the types of food that we eat. Is loud best, or should we turn it down?

Medical News Today: Letter from the Editor: Onward and upward

In this month's letter, Managing Editor Honor Whiteman reveals what articles piqued your interest in May. And, of course, there is mention of a certain wedding.

Medical News Today: What is formication?

Formication is the feeling of having insects crawling on or under the skin. This may lead to severe itching that affects a person’s quality of life. Near-constant scratching can also lead to complications, including infection and even sepsis. In this article, we look at the causes of formication and how to treat it.

Medical News Today: Should ‘shock therapy’ be used to treat depression more often?

A study concludes that if electroconvulsive therapy was used earlier in the treatment of depression, the outcome for many patients would be much improved.

Medical News Today: How to handle imposter syndrome

Doubt can be useful in developing a realistic self-image, but some have an exaggerated sense of doubt about their achievements and fear that others will expose them as frauds. This is called impostor syndrome, and anyone can be affected, regardless of their job or social status. Here, learn several ways to overcome it.

Medical News Today: Is your love life being hampered by an immune response?

When we note signs of illness in others, we unconsciously tend to avoid them. But does this defense mechanism persist in potentially romantic situations?

Medical News Today: Can a photograph a day keep the doctor away?

Could posting one photo to the Internet every day improve your well-being? A new study attempts to find out, but, unsurprisingly, it's complicated.