Can what you do today keep your mind sharp decades in the future, despite harmful physical changes in the brain? A new study in the journal Neurology suggests that cognitively stimulating activities could mitigate the effects of physical brain deterioration, based on analysis of 294 post-mortem brain autopsies.
Key Insights From 2021's World Happiness Report
Three must-know insights from this year’s World Happiness Report.
The Power of Gratitude
Focus on what you appreciate to boost your brain, body and spirit.
The ADHD Owner's Manual for Grown-ups
Wild and wonderful minds living in a neurotypical world.
Why Practicing Self-Love Isn't Optional But Necessary
Be more compassionate toward themselves and expect respectful treatment from others.
Black people in rural areas continue to experience health disparities
Comparisons come from rates in diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke.
Creative Strategies from Single Parents on Juggling Work and Family
Flexible work schedules and strong support networks go a long way.
1 in 4 Americans have no retirement savings
And those who do aren’t saving enough