Entries tagged with “Studies”
Here are 10 ways to move while interacting with friends, family, neighbors, coworkers or strangers about to become new friends.
Overcoming addiction may not be easy, but there are things you can do to make the process smoother.
While much of the research on resilience focuses on individual strengths, it’s social support that may matter the most.
Can listening to music change your behavior for the better?
Consuming cocoa flavanols daily was shown to increase attention, verbal fluency, working memory tasks, and cognitive processing.
Tango is often thought of as a sultry dance for the young and flexible. New research shows that this passionate form of movement offers mighty benefits for all ages—backbending not…
Cultivating a purpose-driven life by day leads to more peaceful slumber at night.
Daydreaming can mean you are very creative and intellectual. So there.
Bullied children go on to have greater risk of substance abuse a few years later.
Upbringing, culture probably lie behind most people’s religious beliefs.
Cellphones may cause a lack of empathy.
The more you sleep, the more likely you are to be satisfied with your marriage.
Want to remember something? Draw it!
A new study links optimism and less anxiety with an area in the brain called the Orbitofrontal cortex.
The levels of two powerful neurotransmitters, dopamine and serotonin, are altered. Here’s how.
A new study suggests that classical ballet might lead to increased wisdom in much the same way as meditation does.
Older people who provide moderate levels of care for others live longer.
Fight extra holiday pounds with this common spice.
A new study suggests that exercise may be important in keeping our brains robust.
A new study sparks scientific debate about emotional expression—and raises questions about what we all have in common.