364 Items Tagged
Two ways to eat for your brain.
The lowdown on the sleep stage you don't want to miss.
Stay sharp, folks.
Why are boomers scoring lower on cognition tests?
Why do some people remember all their dreams while others can't remember a single one?
Dark-roasted, fresh beans may be best for the brain.
Could there possibly be benefits to anger?
Is the brain a better indicator of chest pain than the heart?
Add this to all the other important reasons to prioritize your rest.
Mental burnout is a gradual process and can be self-induced. This simple tip will help you become more present in and accomplished with your daily...
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.