Every week studies catch our attention, too many for each to get an article. We share them informally on social media and with friends but decided to share them with our readers, too, in a new column: Eye-Catching Experiments.
Believing others intend to harm you defines paranoia. Most people have occasional paranoid thoughts. Our minds are notorious for dysfunctional thinking—especially the kind we often fail to notice—but the recent surge in sincerely believed conspiracy theories has left many wondering what makes us more likely to believe paranoid conspiracies.
Are there any leading US scientists, doctors, public health officials who believe the US should
withdraw from @WHO? – I doubt it. We should ask them. Also, we had US people @WHO all