Living life with a sense of purpose was associated with a reduced risk of developing Alzheimer's disease and other dementias later in life. Researchers found a sense of purpose was associated with a 19% reduced rate of clinically significant cognitive impairment.
People who were raised in rural or suburban areas have better spatial navigation skills than those raised within a city, a new study reveals.
Participating in artistic or culturally enriching activities such as acting and dance, or attending concerts reduces a teenager's risk of antisocial or criminal activities, a new study reveals.
A newly developed technique allows researchers to remotely active neurons with the aid of microscopic magnetic particles.
Rates of anxiety are higher in children and adolescents who stammer and stutter, a new study reports.
Researchers have identified three factors that influence whether a person is likely to seek more information or ignore facts about their health, finances, and personality traits.
Study reveals children who were given nutritionally modified formula as infants performed no better on educational tests of math and English than those who received standard formula.