Research has found that our brains benefit both from the heady throes of falling into a new love and the steady glow of longtime love.
If you like to do strength training exercises, you may be doing your brain a favor as those workouts have been linked to better memory.
Is it possible that we may get smarter with age? According to one study, it is wise to trust the experience and wisdom of older people.
Women are far more likely than men to suffer from Alzheimer’s, making up at least two-thirds of the 5.8 million Americans with it.
Nothing says breakfast like a stack of pancakes. But what would they be without a generous drizzle of sweet maple syrup?
Score one for books. Picking up a good page-turner for reading is entertaining and may be great for your brain and your long-term health.
You already know that milk benefits your bones. But, according to a study, did you know that it’s also important for your brain?
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