Living in greener areas has been linked to better mental health.
Regular mealtimes with others could be a simple solution to manage chronic stress.
Singing is making its way to the forefront as a therapy to help patients recovering from a stroke.
New research indicates that doctors may treat male and female patients differently when it comes to preventing heart disease.
Why are women less likely to experience brain inflammation than men? (HINT: It’s NOT estrogen.)
Whether you’re a caregiver who heals and comforts, an artist striving to bring beauty to the canvas, or an activist who seeks to improve the world, finding a sense of purpose may help extend your life.
A new study published in the journal Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging indicates that corporal punishment may impact neural systems to produce those adverse effects.
A new study indicates that creativity to can be trained thanks to something called “emotional reappraisal.”
A new study indicates that high amounts of salty, processed foods may also induce anxiety and aggression.
How could two kids need such different amounts of sleep at the same age? Sleep experts may have an answer.
A new study has found that adults with mild cognitive decline show less brain shrinkage and better daily functioning from doing web-based crossword puzzles compared to playing video games.
You don’t need to be a doctor or caregiver to someone with a traumatic brain injury to recognize some of the visible symptoms. But new research published in the April 28, 2022 issue of JAMA Network Open indicates that head injuries of any severity may be linked to an increased risk of chronic endocrine, cardiovascular, psychiatric, and neurologic comorbidities.
For youth athletes who experience a concussion, “gone are the days of resting in a dark room.” A new multi-site study published by the British Journal of Sports Medicine has found that starting physical activity three days post-concussion is safe and has better outcomes.
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.
Eating the recommended daily allowance of fruits and vegetables is a struggle for most adults, let alone picky kids. But a new study published in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience suggests that a diet high in fruits and vegetables may reduce symptoms of inattention in children with ADHD.
Age-related memory loss has been a slow mystery to unravel among the neuroscience community but a new discovery may provide some insight into what causes it.
Research published in the May 20, 2022 issue of the journal Current Biology suggests that, despite experiencing age-related effects at the neuronal level, some people may be resilient to cognitive decline.