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.
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Research Supports Brain Training Efficacy when Delivered by a Personal Trainer! The results of a randomized controlled trial, published in the journal Applied Cognitive Psychology,
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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
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Preteens and Marijuana: Long-term Cognitive Damage The October issue of American Journal of Psychiatry includes a powerful research study on 11-13 year old (7th grade)
As high school football season ramps up, parents and professionals are increasingly pressing for research on treatment of mild traumatic brain injuries. Over the past
By Terissa Miller, MS Psy This time last year Matthew had a frown on his face. Another school year was looming; in just days he