Depression is a serious illness, and anyone who thinks otherwise should stop reading now and go listen to angry talk radio or something. But it is true that people are figuring out new ways to treat it.
We've nailed a whole lot down, sure, but there are some shockingly simple questions we don't have very solid answers to yet.
If you figured there's nothing really interesting going on with color, that's a reasonable opinion, and completely wrong.
As a result of the tireless work by scientists, we now know the answers to some age-old mysteries.
The human brain is an odd, glitchy machine that is influenced in all sorts of weird ways you never thought of.
Sometimes, the giant muscular space wizard that keeps our planet spinning loses its balance, sending mountains and rivers and oceans crashing together in unexpected ways.
It turns out drug companies' evil usually involves less illegal genetic experiments and more down-to-earth jerk moves.
We don't know much about computer hacking here at Cracked, because that stuff involves numbers, but we've come across a whole bunch of different crazy brain and body hacks over the years.
We get scared of things like shark attacks, bear maulings, or having to wipe with single ply toilet paper, but it turns out the real terror is that which can't be seen by the naked eye.
Some folk cures and bizarre warnings have stuck around for a reason, and it just took science a while to catch up.
On behalf of frustrated doctors everywhere, here are a few things I'd love to say to my patients' faces if it wouldn't land me in another sensitivity seminar.