Many older adults can attest that they feel younger than they really are.
Mind-reading devices could be seen in our future years, according to a new study.
We have all had to motivate ourselves to finish a mundane task once in our life time. Willpower might be what comes to mind in overcoming the completion of that task but scientists say that unconscious motivation may be the real thing that improves our performance, not willpower.
Dreams are often said to reveal subconscious thoughts in our sleep. This is why many people like to “Google” their dreams in an attempt to unveil what they mean about their thinking’s or their future.
Ghrelin, a chemical released in the brain after a stressful traumatic event might high up a person’s chance of developing posttraumatic stress disorder, according to a new study.
Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) might help reduce high blood pressure for individuals with “prehypertension,” according to a new study.
Some individuals are more genetically prone to experience prosocial behavior than others. Volunteering and helping others may not be an easy task for those others because of a gene that might make them inclined to develop an anxiety disorder, according to a new study.
The reduction of serotonin during birth itself may prepare a newborn baby to survive outside of the womb, according to a new study.
Getting some shut-eye every night for seven to nine hours is critical to maintaining one’s health. Seeking treatment for a sleep disorder is just as critical too, according to three new studies.
Living a sedentary life could cause various cardiovascular health problems. The American Heart Association recommends that healthcare providers assess physical activity in individuals who come in for a regular check-up according to a scientific statement.
A technological advancement for cochlear implant users is in the works for those who would like to hear an improvement in music, according to a new research.
Social media may be a good tool to use as a medium for preventing suicide as a cause of cyber bullying, according to a new study.
Social rejection may be comforted by natural painkillers in the brain according to a recent study.
“Eat your blueberries!” say human performance researchers. Who knew this teeny tiny fruit could be such a gem in providing a better workout.
Elephants have been long known to provide a means of entertainment for tourists all around the world. Their interaction with humans and trained understanding of voice commands by their care takers astonishes us. What is more astonishing is that recent studies show signs that elephants may understand the act of pointing with no training at all.
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.