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Panic buying means there is a lot less food on the shelves.

A human behavior expert explains 4 psychological reasons why people are panic buying items in bulk during the coronavirus pandemic

Panic buying behavior occurs when the brain's survival mode overrides any rational decision making, according to human behavior expert Ali Fenwick.

What happens to your body and brain when you’re quarantined, and how to cope

Confining yourself to a home or practicing 'social distancing' may be necessary, but can come with uncomfortable side effects.

10 ways to cope with coronavirus anxiety, according to psychologists

Anxiety about the coronavirus is normal. To manage it, control what you can, virtually connect with loved ones, and practice gratitude.

Telling people ‘don’t panic’ over coronavirus doesn’t work. Here’s what you should say instead, according to social scie...

"Don't panic" has been a common refrain in conversations and directives around the novel coronavirus. But that's easier said than done.
Here are red flags to be wary of before tying the knot.

18 relationship facts everybody should know before getting married

Scientists have identified some predictors of success in relationships that are important to consider before tying the knot.
The proclivity to touch your own face is an extremely human habit.

Why you can’t stop touching your face, even though it’s one of the best ways to prevent coronavirus spread

Humans are conditioned to touch their own faces as a way to show self-awareness. Once the habit is formed, it's difficult to break.
The human body is made of 60 elements.

7 things you (probably) never knew about your body, from the natural painkiller in your saliva to how many calories your brain burns

Bill Bryson's new book "The Body" is a tour of the fascinating and bizarre ways the human body functions.
Many people's daily lives have remained unchanged in the face of a coronavirus pandemic.

A quarter of Americans aren’t preparing for a coronavirus outbreak. Some of them told us why they’re not worried yet.

While some people take extreme measures to prepare for the virus's impending spread, many Americans are continuing with their lives as usual.

19 signs you’re a narcissist and don’t even know it

Behaviors that make narcissists so difficult to be around — such as constantly belittling others — also makes them effective at rising up the ranks.
The former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein arriving at Manhattan Supreme Court for a new bail hearing on December 6.

Harvey Weinstein is accused of ‘grooming’ his victims to sexually abuse them. Here’s what that means.

Forensic psychologists and legal experts compare the modus operandi described by prosecutors in Weinstein's trial to that of child sexual abusers.