Researchers have created a high-tech wristband that can change color based on the wearer's emotions, providing a new tool in the management of mood disorders.
In tracking 19,000 adults for a quarter of a century, researchers find puzzles play a notable role in preserving mental sharpness.
An afternoon rest has its distinct advantages—but watch out for the downsides.
What determines your cognitive output? Your nutritional input.
If your foray into the Mediterranean diet feels like a wild fishing expedition, it's time to re-map your strategy with these 7 fish tips.
Research shows that the health benefits of coffee—even decaf—seem to outweigh the risks.
As research on the brain-body connection continues to mount, it adds up to one indisputable fact: Exercise remains essential to cognitive performance.
Too much sitting correlates with a thinning of tissue in a key area of the brain that is tied to memory.
Chronically disturbed sleep may facilitate the development of Alzheimer's disease or accelerate its progression.
Puzzling discovery suggests that certain people may carry traits that protect against the bad effects of high cholesterol in later years.
Working up a sweat is good for cognition, whether you're 8 or 80.
Certain pieces of brain structure may make some people less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease.
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