Four studies presented to the nation’s largest group of psychologists show that yoga can improve depression symptoms and overcome unhealthy eating patterns.
The largest survey to date on cannabidiol (CBD) use shows nearly half of respondents were able to replace traditional treatments with the cannabis product.
There is some evidence that drinking a cup of coffee and immediately napping for 30 minutes can make you extra-alert when you wake up.
Tai chi is comparable to cognitive behavioral therapy for treating breast cancer survivors for insomnia and depression, a study shows.
A recent study suggests that being generous not only makes you feel good, it changes the region of the brain associated with happiness and altruism.
According to a study, teens who go from smoking marijuana occasionally to using it every week or every day, significantly increase their risk of psychosis.
Researchers say a molecule found in the brain associated with immunity has been found to play a large role in social interaction, giving us insight into autism.
Opioid painkiller overdoses make headlines, but an increasing number of people are fatally overdosing on anti-anxiety drugs such as Valium and Xanax.
A protein in umbilical cord blood rejuvenated the hippocampal memory area in brains of older mice in a Stanford University study.
In a recent study, walking up and down stairs at a low-intensity pace did more to make participants temporarily more alert than caffeine did.
After 1000s of parents said that MiraLAX laxative caused their children “neuropsychiatric issues,” Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia studied the matter.
Google’s Director of Engineering, Ray Kurzweil, predicts that humans will have computers implanted in their brains by the year 2029.
Americans’ stress levels have increased measurably for the first time in a decade, and the future of the country is one of the biggest stressors.
The government has approved the 1st major clinical trial of Ecstasy to treat people with PTSD that has not responded to traditional therapy.
Fall is a great time of year to hit the hiking trails. Be well prepared so that you can stay safe while enjoying all the beauty that the season has to offer
A review of 20 studies shows that even when kids aren’t using mobile devices at night, they’re still thinking about them, and it’s wrecking their sleep.
Neuroscience researchers say if you’re the impulsive type, you probably have difficulty walking in somebody else’s shoes, and are probably selfish.