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Fish Smarts for Pregnant Women
Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Which fish should pregnant women eat? For optimal health, the key is looking at both mercury content and omega-3 fatty-acid levels.
Autism: Why It’s Not Simply a Brain-Based Disorder
May 10, 2017
A new report describes autism as a “whole body” condition, suggesting there are a variety of avenues for symptom relief.
Which Fats Should You Eat?: An Interview With Mark Hyman, MD
May 8, 2017
Functional-medicine pioneer Mark Hyman, MD, chats with us about the problem with low-fat foods — and the truth about saturated fats.
Night Owls Are From Mars
Apr 19, 2017
A study finds a gene for being a late sleeper.
How Much Vitamin D Should You Take?
Apr 12, 2017
Here are five expert tips to help you calibrate your vitamin D intake.
How Climate Change Affects
Sheila Mulrooney Eldred
Mar 27, 2017
How do we protect ourselves from increased air pollution, contaminated water, the spread of Lyme disease, and other health effects of climate change? That’s just one question a new consortium of doctors is trying to answer.
Nutritional Supplements May Decrease Postpartum Blues
Casie Leigh Lukes
Mar 21, 2017
A trio of supplements supports brain changes in women during postpartum.
Are Women More Likely to Get Alzheimer’s?
Mar 20, 2017
Although two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer’s are women, the answer is, “Not necessarily.”
Lyme Disease Expected to Spike This Year
Mar 9, 2017
Experts say 2017 will be a high-risk year for Lyme disease. Here’s what to do about it.
4 Ways to Fight Alzheimer’s Now
Research shows that lifestyle choices are the key to prevention. Here are four ways to protect yourself.
Acupuncture May Reduce Migraines
Mar 3, 2017
JAMA Internal Medicine
study finds that treatment with acupuncture may reduce the frequency of these debilitating headaches.
Breakthroughs in understanding dementia are leading to new healthcare approaches. Nutrition, lifestyle, and sleep may be the keys to prevention.
Can Gut Bacteria Affect Alzheimer’s Disease?
Feb 16, 2017
New research finds the microbes in your gut may play a major role in escalating the chronic brain disease.
Build a Healthier Brain by Building Expertise
Oct 24, 2016
New study suggests that rigorous training may prevent neurodegenerative diseases.
3 Ways to Fight Alzheimer’s
The key to avoiding Alzheimer's is fighting neuroinflammation. How do you do that? Rudolph Tanzi, PhD, says it's all about lifestyle choices.
Which Exercise Is Best for the Brain?
A new study has identified the most beneficial workouts for your neurological health.
Poor Fitness Now = Smaller Brain Later
Recent research has linked mediocre fitness in midlife with smaller brain size down the road.
Taking Notes: Advances in Alzheimer’s Treatments
Jill Metzler Patton
May 10, 2016
New perspectives in Alzheimer’s disease research from experts at the 2016 Association of Health Care Journalism conference.
Staving off memory loss requires more than just exercising your gray matter.
Walking in Nature Can Change Your Brain
Aug 31, 2015
New research suggests that getting out into nature can help city dwellers — and others — improve their moods.
Inside Olga Kotelko’s Brain
Aug 26, 2015
New research offers the first glimpse at the effects of regular physical activity on a nonagenarian’s brain.
Dietary Shifts May Slow Brain Aging
Aug 17, 2015
Obesity Harms Brain Functions
Experience Life Staff
The Forever Athlete
Maggie Fazeli Fard
New Research Links the Brain and Immune System
Jun 5, 2015
Healthy Gut, Healthy Brain
David Perlmutter, MD
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