A new study has found that even after weight loss, obesity changes how the brain views food.
A new study has found that a junk food diet impacts the quality of deep sleep.
New research points to adiposity that’s infiltrated skeletal muscles as an indicator for the risk of cognitive decline in older adults.
there are things the average individual can do to reduce their risk of developing dementia, and a new study suggests that increasing eating more magnesium-rich foods may help; especially for women.
Besides the obvious deliciousness of junk food, there may be another reason we choose foods high in fat and sugar over healthier options: our brains have adapted to crave them.
A new study indicates that high amounts of salty, processed foods may also induce anxiety and aggression.
Cranberry supplements may have a reputation for preventing urinary tract infections, but the sour fruit may have a new health benefit to boast: improved memory and brain function in older adults.
A new study conducted in the UK evaluated the difference a vegetable can make for almost 9000 middle-school and elementary-school children. Not surprisingly, the kids with higher intake of fruits and vegetables fared much better on mental well-being scores than those who at little or no fruits and vegetables on a daily basis.
September 9th is Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness Day and this little-known condition affects a larger portion of the population than most of us realize.
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Science and media have increasingly communicated a powerful connection between the brain and the gut. We now know that gut microbiota impacts hormonal and neurotransmitter
Just in time for the holidays, the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease published some encouraging news: Minor dietary changes could reduce the decline of fluid intelligence
Its time for semester finals and students are scrambling for a brain boost. Chocolate to the rescue! A new scientific report published in Nature reveals
Obesity and increased body mass index (BMI) is associated with a myriad of health problems including diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension. Recent research published in