The Staying Sharp Power of Emotions Challenge explores responding to situations that trigger certain emotions and learning what to do when you need help.
Music can spark emotions like joy. But how and why our brains create this emotional response is a matter of scientific debate.
Making and enjoying music can stimulate your brain, trigger memories and emotions, connect you with others, and enrich your life, according to a report.
Last spring Cathy and Gary Chester put their ranch home in Morris County, N.J., on the market. Come August, the house is unsold and Cathy admits that she's enjoying another summer in the home that the couple built 21 years ago.
The headline in this morning's Wall Street Journal caught my eye: " We Actually Get Nicer With Age."
By Don Campbell, University of Toronto, Futurity.org
In the late 1950s, a young physician named Gene Farley was working as a small-town doctor in rural New York state when he came to the realization that what he had learned in medical school was all wrong.
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