Owners of seriously or terminally ill pets are more likely to suffer with stress and symptoms of depression and anxiety, as well as poorer quality of life, compared with owners of healthy animals, finds a study.
By Rick Green I have a lot of days where I can’t seem to get anything done. Other days I get a bunch of small, inconsequential things done. And now and then, I have a day where I’m actually feeling very productive, going almost non-stop. Surprisingly, the productive days leave me less tired, less worn […]
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The human and non-human primate brain is remarkable in recognizing partially hidden objects. A study, conducted during a shape recognition task, shows as more of the shape is hidden, a brain area involved in cognition starts to sends signals to the visual cortex. Show More Summary
Reverse burnout symptoms of emotional exhaustion & physical fatigue. You can rewire your brain experiences that boost optimism, pleasure, and positive expectations.
Unique structural, biological and chemical insights have been identified in the way different opioid drugs activate the receptors and specific signaling pathways responsible for the drug's beneficial and adverse effects, according to a study.
We live in a time when everyone is talking about trust and no one seems to be feeling much of it. Here's what you can do when you no longer trust.
Physical aggression among people with dementia is not unusual. A study showed that one-third of patients with the diagnosis Alzheimer’s disease or frontotemporal dementia were physically aggressive towards healthcare staff, other patients, relatives, animals and complete strangers. This manifestation of disease must be both understood and addressed in the right way.
Scientific literature in recent years has focused extensively on one genetic risk factor for Alzheimer's disease, the ApoE4 gene variant. A recent study raises flags that scientists should investigate another important player, the TOMM40 gene.
A new study shows that hypometabolism in the medial prefrontal areas is specifically associated with Alzheimer's disease-related nutritional problems, and decrease in fat mass may have a key role.
September is National Suicide Prevention month; focusing on the benefits of collaborations, Dr. Gordon outlines recent research results as well as future directions.
Body-worn cameras on police are increasingly called for in the hope they might help ease heightened tensions between officers and communities. However, scientists now find that falsified police reports and personal biases may changeShow More Summary
Hillary Clinton is doing Pranayama.
When your alarm blares in the morning, the snooze button can feel like your savior. Repeatedly delaying the moment when you finally roll out of bed can seriously mess with the quality of your sleep and set you up for an especially groggy day, says W. Show More Summary
This is the first large study to look at the effects of one night of sleep deprivation on experienced physicians. The study compared outcomes for the same doctor performing the same procedure with and without sleep deprivation. “Sleep...Show More Summary
If you always feel exhausted, you’re not alone. It also turns out a big part of it could be what you’re eating — or not eating.
Overthinking the process of falling asleep often leads to worse results.
Late to bed, late for everything else: a lesser-known proverb.
This is what it feels like to experience insomnia — and feel like there's no end in sight.
Daylight Saving Time is happening this weekend at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 8, so don't forget to set your clocks forward an hour — and check out these tips for making the time change bearable.