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How To Make Healthy Habits Second Nature, According To Doctors Who Know

Temptation building, habit stacking, and more expert-approved strategies for helping your goals actually stick.

The Loneliness-Inflammation Connection You Need To Know About

A study found mindfulness practices may have a beneficial impact on inflammation and loneliness.

This Exercise May Boost Memory & Brain Health, Says The Mayo Clinic

They've given us another reason to hit the gym (and, more specifically, the treadmill) this January.

Eliza Sullivan
January 3

The One Food A Neurologist Wants You To Eat (That You May Not Know)

Broccoli sprouts are the power-packed veggie to add to your New Year's diet.

Eliza Sullivan
January 2

Does This Spin On The Mediterranean Diet Make It More Accessible?

The Mediterranean diet can still be good for you and the planet with the addition of pork.

Abby Moore
January 1

Omega-3s May Offer An Alternative Treatment For ADHD, Study Says

It can help some kids with ADHD more than traditional treatment.

Eliza Sullivan
December 25 2019
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4 Common Myths About Brain Health & How To Overcome Them

Call it "Myth Busters" for your mind, if you will.

Olessa Pindak
December 19 2019

JetBlue Taps ASMR To Help Relieve Holiday Travel Stress & It's Great

Using airport sounds for relaxation? Unheard of—until now.

Christina Coughlin
December 17 2019

Our Memories Change Based On Context & Brain Images Can Prove It

New research shows how our memories are influenced by the community they're formed in.

Sarah Regan
December 16 2019

People Judge Competence In A Tenth Of A Second Based On Your Clothes

Researchers at Princeton University found that people shown wearing "richer" clothing were viewed as more competent.

Eliza Sullivan
December 14 2019

Researchers Are Convinced That, Yes, People Can Change (But It's Not Easy)

We've all wondered: Do people really change? New research says yes, but it isn't easy.

Sarah Regan
December 13 2019

Scientists Find Developing This Skill Is Crucial For Success

A new study indicates a direct correlation between emotional intelligence and academic success.

Eliza Sullivan
December 13 2019