The Handmaid's Tale is a story about women in an eerily plausible dystopia where men have taken total control. While the struggles of the Handmaids are obviously still the main focus, Serena Joy, Commander Fred Waterford's wife, has emerged as one of season two's most fascinating characters. She's someone we loathe for her support of Gilead and its oppression of women, but someone we can't help but sympathise with as she grapples with the monster she helped create.
An excavation of a million people's genes has provided some interesting clues to how several common psychiatric disorders might arise, including major depression and schizophrenia. And it's also highlighted connections between some mental illnesses and other health problems, including heart disease.