Low-intensity activities like gardening and dancing could help retain brain volume, ultimately slowing the effects of age.
Your intellect and behavioral tendencies may depend in part on the amount of affection you experienced as a kid.
Lack of sleep may prevent the brain from purging tau protein, which forms lingering tangles linked to Alzheimer's.
During a trip to her Michigan cottage, a burst aneurysm lands a Dallas woman in the emergency department. Two surgeries later and she's up and running.
These small, simple steps could improve your ability to recall names, phone numbers and other important information.
The MIND diet—a hybrid of two heart-healthy diets—may lower your risk of Alzheimer's disease by up to 53%.
Studies show you shouldn't browbeat yourself for your blue mood. Acknowledge and accept it—and then move on.
Nightmares usually have easy explanations—and even simpler solutions.
The electronic hurricane of bleeps and beeps will always be there. These handy tricks could help you find clarity amid the chaos.
Similar to an infection, misshapen forms of two proteins appear to spread through the brain.
The limited mobility of stroke survivors puts them at increased risk of osteoporosis, broken bones and falls—but most are never screened for these problems.
Good news: Smiling may indeed boost your mood. Bad news: Frowning will bring you down.
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