Jenny holds a Master's degree in psychiatry from the University of Illinois and Bachelors's degree from the University of Texas in nutritional sciences. She works as a dietician for Austin Oaks Hospital in Austin, Texas. Jenney writes content on nutrition and mental health for the Scientific Origin.

What is mythomania?

Lying by omission to make your life easier, embellishing reality to impress someone, we...

How to support a friend going through a divorce

Processing a divorce is often one of the worst trials for a human being...

The most erogenous parts of the body

In general, the genitals are considered the most important erogenous zone, but this statement...

All cats have an element of psychopathy in them, according to new research

Love them or hate them, we can all agree that cats can be total...

Hemophobia or fear of blood: what causes it and how it is treated

Hemophobia refers to the fear of blood. This phobia, which results in a visceral fear of...

Is ginger an aphrodisiac?

Originally from Asia, ginger has a solid and widespread reputation as an aphrodisiac plant....

What to do when you get vertigo

Vertigo is an illusion of movement either of the body in space or of...

How to remove mold in the bathroom?

Bath, shower, tile joints…. anything that comes into contact with water and moisture for...

Hyperhidrosis: what causes excessive sweating at night and how to avoid it

Sweating is necessary to regulate your body temperature. But if you regularly wake up...

Can a weighted blanket help against stress?

A weighted blanket is a blanket with extra weights in it. These weights range...