Thanks, Mother Nature. Your delicious maple syrup may also be fuel for the brain. Here’s how its potent compounds may protect us from Alzheimer’s and other brain diseases.
Score one for books. Picking up a good page-turner is entertaining and great for your brain, not to mention your long-term health. Take that, Netflix.
Nobody should be afraid to ask for advice — especially older adults in the company of younger peers. In fact, research suggests that reaching out for help leaves a good impression.
There’s always tomorrow — except when a deadline’s come and gone. A psychologist explains why you can’t seem to kick yourself into action, and how to change course.
Pings, whistles, rock melodies or Zen chimes. Whatever notification sound you’ve chosen for your cellphone — even vibrate — the effect is the same: your mind wanders.
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