More stories about "Brain Health"

Why You Should Take Those Yoga Classes Now

A new study shows a connection between the workout and your memory.

Why You Need to Address Those Sleep Problems Now

Researchers found a possible association between poor sleep and faster brain volume decrease.

Brain Bootcamp: How to Improve Your Memory

Keeping your neurons happy and healthy need not be frustrating.

Can You Solve this Math Riddle?

This clip has since gone viral, with over a million views!

Physical Inactivity May Remodel Brain and Increase Cardiovascular Risk, Says Study

The colloquial saying galaw-galaw, baka ma-stroke may have more merit than you think.

Your Faith May Help Prevent Depression, Says New Study

Those who are religious and spiritual may be mentally healthier.

Low Vitamin D Intake Linked to Brain Debility

Older adults must have enough vitamin D to maintain cognitive health.

Early Musical Training Linked to Neural Benefits

New research shows that learning music at a young age speeds up your speech-related responses even as an adult.

Lack of Sleep May Increase Risk of Alzheimer's Disease

According to research, plaque buildup in the brain may increase when sleep patterns are regularly disrupted.

Exercise May Help Protect the Brain from Deterioration

Researchers reveal that endurance training increases the production of a molecule called irisin, which helps keep the brain healthy.

Brain Cells Shrink When You Sleep at Night

Getting enough sleep may help your brain clean itself more efficiently.

Naps May Improve Children's Cognitive Performance

Giving your children time to rest within the day may help them process and store information and gets them learning faster.

Older Adults with High Blood Sugar Levels May Have Increased Dementia Risk

Maintaining proper glucose levels may help lessen the risk of disease and cognitive decline.

Having Little Physical Activity at Age 18 May Increase Suicide Risk Later on in Life

Swedish researchers reveal an interesting link between exercise and our emotional development.