Experiencing changes in the brain is all part of the aging process. But there are some things you can do to improve your chances of maintaining cognitive health throughout the aging process.
There is no magic pill, app or puzzle to prevent your brain from aging. But there are some steps you can take to keep it healthy.
WASHINGTON (AP) — NPR’s newest podcast may help listeners think differently about the way they think. “Hidden Brain” is available for download starting Tuesday. The 20-minute weekly podcast from science correspondent Shankar Vedantam aims to…
WASHINGTON — Practicing yoga and meditation can do more than calm your mind — research shows it can change your brain. Shortly after Dr. Sara Lazar started practicing yoga, she noticed a difference in her…
(NEW YORK) — The proliferation of cheap, chic and fast fashion, stores like H&M, Forever 21 and Zara have made shopping a euphoric, almost addictive experience for many, creating a billion-dollar industry. Research from the…
WASHINGTON — A brain abnormality that impacts memory has been noticed in young adults who were heavy pot smokers as teenagers. A Northwestern Medicine study finds that teens 16 to 17 years old who used cannabis daily for about three…
Imagine a world where people preferred carrots over candy bars and figs over French fries. According to researchers, that world is within reach — as long as you take the time to train your brain.
A new study suggests that multitasking with various electronic devices makes your brain smaller.
Simple lifestyle changes can benefit your body and mind.
A mentally demanding job can be stressful. But, it could also
keep people\’s minds sharp even after they retire.
In order to understand your mate, you must first understand his or her brain.
A new government study finds that cognitive-training computer games can reverse aging in the brain.
Brain food isn\’t just about powering through a test or a grueling day at work. Doctors say certain healthy foods can also help ward off Alzheimer\’s disease.
The right side of the brain goes into overdrive
while napping compared to its
neighboring left hemisphere.
Whining isn\’t just annoying, it\’s bad for the