The Proof that Noise Hurts and Silence Heals

Constantly being bombarded by noise is a stressor for the brain. Silence nourishes the brain giving it time to rest and recover.

Your brain on sugar: What the science actually says

From reducing memory capability to increasing the risk of diabetes and obesity, researchers investigate how sugar affects the brain and body.

Screen Time Linked to Lower Brain Development in Preschoolers

Screen time that is not monitored or limited to one hour a day can negatively impact the critical stage of early brain development in infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Read the study and learn what you can do to enhance the connections in your child's brain.

Why Your Memory Sucks: The Science of Remembering in the Internet Age

Because we no longer commit information to memory the way we once did, we are literally changing the structure of our brains. Relying on technology and the internet for information we used to store in our heads is the principle reason for this change.

Trouble with Memorizing? Try These Strategies!

There are many tricks and strategies that you can use to help your brain remember information.

Memorizing is a Lost Art, But Should It Be?

Even though information is a click away on your iPhone or iPad, memorization still matters.