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Signs of poor physical and mental health may be evident at a very early age.
What you eat may affect how you connect with the world, according to a new study.
Research points to a link between Alzheimer's disease and the herpes virus, but the idea remains controversial.
Do you want to stay as healthy as possible for as long as possible? A new study confirms how.
Are you wondering exactly what style of eating will help you stay as healthy and live as long as possible? You just found it, and here's why.
Do you struggle with your weight? Evidence-based advice can set you on the right path.
More good news about this highly beneficial style of eating.
New research finds that even some favorite party foods can help keep your brain healthy over the long term.
Finding it hard to trust your decisions? Look to the positives in your past.
Physical activity alone boosts brain power, but choosing the right foods and nutrients can help you score higher.
If you're worried about cognitive decline, it may help to get help.
The right to legally end one’s own suffering and die a peaceful, dignified death is a heavily debated issue.
Flirting is a classic ploy in the pursuit of love and attention, but it's easy to misinterpret.
Are you eating because you're hungry or because you don't know what else to do with yourself?
Is your coffee habit helping you or hurting you? That probably depends on how much you drink.
Developing mindful habits can help you cope with the changes and challenges of aging.
A more open, and less compliant, personality may be related to brain health.
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The type of milk you drink can affect how you age at a cellular level.
Excess abdominal fat may relate to changes in fluid intelligence as you age.
If changing your diet and getting more exercise hasn't helped you lose weight and keep it off, this new habit just might.
Want to keep your mind sharp? Follow this recipe for maintaining brain health and preventing cognitive decline.
Your best work may be yet to come.
Struggling to do the right thing? It helps to have an advance plan in place.
A problem in the cognitive and emotional control center of the brain may be responsible for persistent negativity.
Research shows that, unlike other animals, humans often stick to old and less efficient ways of achieving their goals.
A new study links slower gait to faster decline in mental and physical health.
Is your life getting in the way of your fitness goals? Try some of these traditional and not-so-traditional activities recommended by experts.
Anthropomorphizing your emotions may help lift your mood.
Susan McQuillan MS, RDN, is a food, health, and lifestyle writer.