While it may seem obvious that a good hike through a forest or up a mountain can cleanse your mind, body, and soul, science is now discovering that hiking can actually change your brain… for the better!
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New research has found that’s just not the case: Getting an abortion doesn't negatively impact a woman's mental health.
New research brings some good news for cat lovers. Contrary to previous claims, researchers have found no link between cat ownership in childhood and increased risk of mental illness.
Depression in and just after pregnancy is most often associated with moms-to-be, but a new study shows expectant dads can have similar symptoms.
According to a scientific study, “playing changes the neural connections in the frontal parts of children’s brains, called the prefrontal cortex.
Lifting your intake of fruit and vegetables can positively affect your mood, studies found
You’re no doubt familiar with the adage “use it or lose it,” it’s particularly relevant when it comes to your mental acuity.
By charting new pathways in the brain, mindfulness can change the banter inside our heads from chaotic to calm.
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Learning in midlife to juggle, swim, snowboard or ride a bicycle could strengthen the brain in ways that practicing other familiar pursuits such as crossword puzzles or marathon training will not.
Bad mental health, self-harm and suicide attempts are common among children and adolescents who have been trafficked for forced labor or sexual exploitation.
Recent research suggests that the link between creative genius and anxiety is closer than you might think.
Researchers have discovered how wine compounds are protective against neuronal death