A new study adds additional evidence to the link between personality traits and Alzheimer's risk. Researchers found brain changes associated with Alzheimer's are visible early on in people with certain personality traits. Those who scored high for neuroticism and low in conscientiousness were at increased risk of developing Alzheimer's.
A new study reveals our personality traits may play a role in how we assess the body types of others. Those who are more conscientious appear to have a greater obesity phobia, researchers report.
Researchers report human mesenchymal stem cells can be manipulated to treat inflammatory diseases.
Despite popular belief, researchers have found no evidence that personality changes appear prior to the onset of dementia. The findings are published in JAMA Psychiatry.
A new study in Body Image reports women who evaluated as less attractive were more motivated to diet and be thin if they had a husband considered more attractive. The additional motivation to be thin was not apparent in women considered to be more attractive that their partner. In men, the motivation to diet was low, regardless of their own, or their wives' level of attractiveness.
Summary: A new study reports women experience enhanced psychological health after viewing images of average and plus sized models. Source:...