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Can these 3 factors predict Alzheimer's early on?
According to Georgia Ede, M.D.
A simple suggestion to "reduce your screen time" might not be possible (or effective) in our new normal.
Smelling the roses takes on a whole new level.
Let's break down what emotional eating really means.
It turns out it's more efficient—and better for your state of mind—to do one thing at a time.
And a familiar fatty acid may be to thank.
All it takes is a little mindfulness.
Dementia, in its various forms, affects an estimated 5 million (and growing) people over 65 in the United States.
Yet another reason to add more vitamin D to your daily routine.
How stress can manifest physically.
Because that afternoon slump is the worst.
You've probably seen or heard of the different Myers-Briggs personality types.
From Lisa Mosconi, Ph.D., and the team at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Your mental health is affected by COVID-19, too.
More sun is not always better.
Each stage has a particular function.
Keeping our minds primed and sharp is essential to keeping our collective foot on the gas.
We've all been there: You're in the midst of a vivid dream and you find yourself startled awake.
Mindfulness and meditation may improve these risks.