Alzheimer’s disease has been successfully reversed in mice according to a landmark study conducted by neuroscientists at the Lerner Research Institute in Cleveland, Ohio. Could humans be next?
These 7 ways to feel better right now using neuroscience work. And they work fast, with some altering brainwaves and dampening destructive stress responses in the body in a matter of seconds.
When Chuang Tzu was about to die, his disciples expressed a wish to give him a splendid funeral. But Chuang Tzu was baffled by their logic.
Want a better memory? Do this exercise for a stronger brain, to potentially improve short and long-term memory, concentration, reaction time, and more.
You have a second brain. It’s in your gut. And non-human organisms squatting in your body are calling the shots. Stressed out? Depressed? Anxiety-ridden? You might want to get on their good side.
What if I told you your brain still grows as an adult. And that you have the power to shape it.
Could it really be that simple? Drink X amount of green tea a day and watch fat effortlessly melt off your midriff? Evelyn Reid examines the science behind the hype.
Seasonal affective disorder can be brutal. Some think a lack of sunlight is behind the winter blues. Yet people in and around the Arctic living months on end with no visible sun along the horizon are less depressed than those living through milder winters with more daylight. What’s their secret?
Can you accurately read your heartbeat without taking your pulse? Then you might be able to read people’s emotional states as impressively as a Buddhist monk.