3 things to know about the Myers Briggs test and how to use it

A test that uses blood to measure how fast blood is being drawn can be used to detect serious health problems, including blood clots, which are more common in older people, a Mayo Clinic doctor told Mashable. The blood test can be applied to a patient's body using an adhesive bandage or swabbed on a cotton pad. A blood sample is taken and then taken to a lab to analyze it. If the sample tests...

MCH Blood Test Reveals Brain’s Antidepressant Effect

The MCH blood test reveals the brain's antidepressant effects in mice, scientists report.The new study, published in Science Translational Medicine, shows that the MCH-5-3 antibody binds to and binds to brain receptors for two of the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine.This binding makes it easier to detect changes in brain activity during depression, said Dr Andrew D. Boulton, who led the...

The Truth About Us: You Can’t Read Me

Vice News is proud to present our latest installment of The Truth Is On Us, a series of articles by Vice journalists investigating the most pressing news, trends and political issues.This week, we examine the latest news concerning the Trump administration, including: -The U.S. military will begin deploying its first B-52 bomber to the Middle East - The House of Representatives has passed...