Scientists have discovered that they can reduce negative memory in a compound linked to human memory according to a new study.
Parents' daily interactions with their toddlers are vital learning experiences for their children. According to new research, talking more to your little ones can help them understand language more quickly and speed up their vocabulary growth process.
A multi-year research funded by the National Institutes of Health has now begun to determine whether a vitamin D supplement can prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.
A new method of human hair growth has been discovered by researchers at the Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC).
Have you ever wondered how our brain distinguishes from different smells that are similar in smell and nature of another object?
New methods of psychotherapy have been proven to be effective in treating those who suffer from a less severe anorexia disorder according to a new study.
Nobody understands the reasons why we age, we have grown to know that it’s just part of life. Scientists have been trying to understand why for years, what they do know is human tissues, are a factor that plays into our aging and its age may be able to be reversed to keep us younger, according to a new study.
Mentally challenging activities learned in older adult years may be the way to save your brain from aging too quickly according to a new study.
The brain is capable of reflecting on perceptual experiences and memories, however, these processes are not made possible by the same region suggests a new study.
As one of the favorite holidays for children approaches, Halloween brings out the sweet tooth in the little ones and even the adults too.
Cognitive behavior therapy may be more effective than basic care in cases of procedures for those who suffer from health anxiety, according to a new study.
A new yoga class software program for Microsoft Kinect has been created for people who are blind or have low vision.
The amount and reasons for drinking in adolescence may be linked to a combination of genes and environmental surroundings according to a new study.
As if broccoli isn't healthy enough researchers say it can be made healthier so that consumers can reap more of the cancer-fighting benefits.
The way we make memories in our brain may be one of the last things on our mind while actually creating a memory in real-time. Memories are a rapid creation. And for that, we ought to thank our speedy brains for providing us such an essential, unseen, unlimited box to store our precious thoughts known to last us a lifetime.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.