Regular mealtimes with others could be a simple solution to manage chronic stress.
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Hopeful new research highlights the benefits of a multifaceted lifestyle intervention for those suffering from age-related cognitive decline. In a series of clinical case studies
I could hear the tears in her voice: “Mom, I’m so lonely! I don’t know anyone here!” My heart ached for her, but I knew
From childhood learning disabilities to age-related dementia, new research provides evidence for treatment that can truly make a difference. This compelling video offers hope for
Ever been accused of being self-absorbed? Well new research confirms that you are…but don’t feel too bad about it. Your brain is automatically and instinctively
As a woman I often envy the speedy metabolism of my husband and sons. It seems they can devour half a cheesecake with little consequence,
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It has been estimated that half of all adults in the United States will develop a serious chronic disease in their lifetime, but what can
With technology advancing so fast its not hard to believe that a research team evaluated the performance of babies on a touch screen. The researchers
She rushed into the kitchen and reached for the steaming coffee pot. Smooth, dark hair hung loose about her shoulders, framing a strikingly beautiful face.
We all know and understand the overall health benefits of exercise at any age. Current research has revealed the unique importance of exercise for young
I went jogging with my mom the other day, and despite her looming three-quarter-century birthday coming up (75 for those non math-minded folks) she kept
Symptoms of ADHD and other attention struggles can manifest in very young children. Even babies and toddlers reveal signs of atypical attention patterns that can lead
Every day we are confronted with a myriad of facial expressions and correlating interpretations. I head into a meeting with a new colleague: Is that
Juliana came in from school and rushed straight to her room. After 45 minutes of meticulously arranging her hair and make-up she sat in the