Recent studies showed the viability of utilizing antidepressants in minimizing the onset of Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other chronic neurodegenerative disorders.
Former first lady and Democratic presidential aspirant Hillary promises $2 billion annual funding on Alzheimer’s research initiative and other care-related proposals.
According to the latest study, PTSD can also spike after 5-years of leaving the battlefield even when the levels of PTSD may have declined, according to a Reuters report
Breaking the rules, being a rebel child and to rebuke the adults is what the teenagers do best today. However, the new study reveals a dark secret of social media that suggests how new technology is helping teenage kids share their dangerous behaviors with other people.
People can be taught how to empathize with strangers, a new study concluded.
Lamar Odom is on the way to recovery, as his improving health shows.
Former US President Jimmy Carter shared the sudden death of his 28 year-old grandson in an emotionally-filled announcement to his Maranatha Baptist Congregation barely two weeks after telling the public that he’s cancer-free.
A Canadian-based study suggests that women who take antidepressant pills have 87% risk of giving birth to children with autism but some experts cautioned that the outcomes of the research aren’t sufficient enough to link the effects of antidepressants to autism
“Quiet or Sensitive Santa” programs at local malls across North America offer children with autism a unique meet-and-greet experience with Christmas’ most recognizable figure.
Veterans prove that Floatation Therapy and Beekeeping are novel ways of dealing with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
A new study has localized the brain areas involved with "the Christmas spirit."
Scientists discover that dogs are prosocial animals.
Dr. Stephen Sapp was first drawn to Alzheimer’s and its care 20 years ago. To help engage the societies, he held regular workshops and invited religious leaders to attend so that they could in-turn educate the communities in their geographic area. "The churches have failed their people," says ethicist and expert on aging, Stephen Sapp. "Specifically in the area of support for persons with Alzheimer's and their caregivers.
Though it was earlier linked to negativity, scientists discover a definite link between amygdala and charity.
Studies show that your intelligence could be influenced by your genes, environment as well as your socio-economic status.