Researchers report people who drink at least one cup of coffee a day are at a 12% reduced risk of dying from cancer, stroke and heart disease as those who did not partake in a daily cup of Joe. Lower mortality rates were present regardless of whether people drank fully caffeinated coffee or decaf, suggesting the association with longevity is not tied to caffeine.
A new study from USC finds people often over-estimate how much we will think about, or talk of, happy memories.
Study reports elevated amyloid plaque are not just a risk factor for Alzheimer's, but part of the disease and the earliest precursor before symptoms appear.
People who smile following a victory can trigger an opponent to act more aggressively, a new study reports.
Researchers report a cognitive test can help detect Alzheimer's in older people who express no symptoms of the disease.
Reviewing brain scans of bipolar patients, researchers observe notable differences in the thickness of gray matter in areas of the brain associated with motivation and control inhibition compared to those without the disorder.
A new study reveals pericyte degeneration may influence the development of Alzheimer's disease.
A new study reports the more we are provided with contradictory evidence, the more stubborn we become about our political beliefs.
A new study reports postmenopausal women who had their last child after the age of 35 or used hormonal contraceptives for more than 10 years tend to perform better on cognitive tests.