In a University of Illinois study, adults that ate large amounts of leafy greens, avocados and eggs had levels of lutein, a brain and eye nutrient, on par with younger people.
Yes, five servings a day of fruit and veggies is a good start, but what really prevents heart disease and cancer is 10 servings a day, a new study finds.
Exercise such as brisk walking or jogging for 45 minutes protects not just the heart but the brain from age-related decline.
A study of 200,000 people found a surprising link between white wine and melanoma, the deadliest type of skin cancer.
Even an intention to be generous activated happiness neurons in the brains of Swiss study volunteers.
Recent studies confirm a link between sugar-heavy diets and mental disorders, especially depression, with added sugars—not those found in fruits—identified as the culprit.
Eating fish at least twice a week significantly reduces the pain and swelling of rheumatoid arthritis, report Brigham and Women’s Hospital researchers.
Cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive extract of hemp oil, halved the number of seizures in young adults in a recent New York University study.
The latest research shows reason for concern about childhood flu vaccines that contain the preservative thimerisol as well as an emulsifier that could carry neurotoxic ethylmercury into the brain.
Harvard researchers found that people eating one to 12 ounces a month of milk chocolate – but less than 30 ounces – had a lower risk of irregular heartbeat.