A new study found a causal link between brisk walking and telomere length. Researchers found that 10 minutes of brisk walking per day was associated with longer life expectancy, and brisk walkers have up to 20 years' greater life expectancy than those who walk slowly.
Your personality type may influence addiction to certain drugs, a new study reveals. Those whose personalities rank higher for impulsivity are more likely to use ecstasy, while those who score higher for neurotic traits are more likely to use opioid like heroin, researchers report.
A new study reveals how small world networks can occur within more complex structures.
Dietary Niacin can help boost levels of a compound associated with DNA repair, a new study reports.
Researchers have identified a possible new drug target that could help to restore memory loss and improve longevity in Alzheimer's disease.
A new study helps to untangle the memory web by shedding light on how neurons in areas of the brain associated with memory provide long term coding of associations between concepts.