The benefits of physical activity are more than muscle-deep. Moving your body builds and conditions your gray matter, making you smarter, happier, and more resilient.
New research offers promising treatments for these extreme headaches.
Will simple absent-mindedness soon be classified as pre-Alzheimer’s?
In his new book, Genius Foods, Max Lugavere talks about which foods to embrace — and avoid — for optimal brain health.
The research around smartphones and memory is complicated, but many studies have shown that writing things down improves comprehension.
Depression is not all in your head. Here are nonpharmaceutical, lifestyle-based ways to treat depression from the ground up.
Recent research links negative perceptions of aging to dementia, but that’s not the only reason to stay upbeat as you grow old.
In the face of hardship, some people manage to find deeper meaning and purpose. Discover the factors of post-traumatic growth.
New research suggests that harmonizing our aging brain waves may help us store new memories for the long-term, but it’s a notion that becomes less useful the older we get.
Here are some decorating tips that might make ADHD easier to manage.
Here are nine ways to use nutrition to help children with ADHD and ADD.
New research suggests that a declining sense of smell, taste, touch, vision, or hearing may lead to an early grave. I’d suggest it’s simply a natural consequence of growing old.
If you or a loved one suffer a blow to the head, follow this advice from a functional neurologist (and former stuntman).
As doctors learn more about their consequences, people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries are finding renewed hope.
Get stronger and smarter with this functional routine that improves balance, coordination, power, and mental acuity.
I may have to adjust my opinion of bodybuilders after new research suggests resistance training strengthens the aging brain.
We talk to forensic pathologist Bennet Omalu, MD, about the brain disease he discovered.
Nearly half of the senior set isn’t getting enough sleep, but efforts to address the problem seem to be more entertaining than effective.
New research suggests we can live longer by altering conditions in our microbiome, but who wants to spend a few extra years fixating on their bowels?
Can probiotics and prebiotics improve our mental well-being?
Which fish should pregnant women eat? For optimal health, the key is looking at both mercury content and omega-3 fatty-acid levels.