The Neuroscience of Loneliness

In this hyperconnected society that we live in, loneliness is an epidemic. Rather than adjust to social isolation, the brain is biologically spurred onto to seek social interaction.

There is such a thing as waking up on the wrong side of the bed, according to science

Waking up feeling stressed and anxious can impact your cognitive function throughout the day. A new study reveals that those who woke up feeling as though the day ahead would be stressful experienced problems with working memory later in the day.

Sharpen Your Sensory Memory and Sharpen Your Recall

Struggling to recall a memory may occur because you failed to…

Eat Popcorn with Chopsticks

When something seems new, people pay more attention to it. And…

Feeling Young Could Mean Your Brain is Aging More Slowly

While some people are young at heart, others feel older than their age -- and a recent study finds that this 'subjective age' may reflect brain aging. Researchers found that elderly people who feel younger than their age had a younger estimated brain age, compared with those who felt their age, or older than their age. The study is the first to find a link between brain aging and subjective age.