New research found two key brain functions, which improve cognitive abilities and memory in older individuals.
Researchers found that petting therapy dogs improved thinking and planning skills more effectively than programs that included traditional stress-management approaches, in stressed-out college students.
Earworms (having a song stuck in your head) play an important role in helping memories form, not only for the song, but also related life events like hanging out with friends.
Scientists at Northwestern University found that it is possible to measure and manipulate realistic types of memory by applying transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to the brain network responsible for memory.
A new study published in the journal showed that depending on rheumatoid arthritis therapies may not alone meaningfully improve patients’ mental health.
Researchers have made a major breakthrough in the treatment of depression after stroke, using a high-frequency brain stimulation device to improve low moods.
Cognitive Function Likely to Improve with Diet Modifications Consisting of Cheese and Wine, Study Reveals
A recent study suggests that the food we consume may exhibit a direct impact on our cognitive health in the later years of our lives.