New research on older people has found an association between social isolation and lower brain volume.
A new study has shown that participants who consumed half a tablespoon of olive oil daily had a 28% reduced risk of dying from dementia.
A new study published in the journal Nature Metabolism indicates that anti-obesity drug liraglutide can restore associative learning impairments caused by obesity—which can hinder motivation—after just one dose.
A new study has found that even after weight loss, obesity changes how the brain views food.
A new study including data from 57 countries has found that, on average, women have more empathy than men.
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.
a new study has found that both too little sleep and too much sleep can increase your risk of stroke.
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.
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.