NEWS & FEATURES
/ SORT BY
STREAMLINE YOUR SEARCH
The Anatomy of Forgetting
Brain waves and pupil size offer clues to the way distracted attention affects our ability to remember and makes us likelier to forget.
The Worst Kind of Optimists
Some people think they are not at risk for COVID-19 and can ignore restrictions because they haven't gotten gotten it yet. Big mistake.
You can recharge your positive outlook by cultivating a sense of wonder. A 15-minute awe walk made seniors visibly happier.
Keeping Company with Pets during Lockdown
Having a pet provides fun and comfort, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Don't rush out to buy one, but be glad if you have one.
When Parents Are Perfectionists
Helicopter parents who step in to fix things rather than give their child a chance to struggle aren't just trying to help.
Taking Anxiety to the Mat
People plagued by worries have a number of treatments to choose from. Yoga can be a useful alternative for some.
Quarantine is a Recipe for Obesity
The isolation, lack of exercise opportunities and economic hardship related to COVID-19 foster obesity. Here are ways to beat the odds.
The Stress of Social Isolation
Being stuck at home, locked in with kids or other family members or no one at all, can make a person more susceptible to COVID-19 infection.
Tips for Coping with Social Isolation
If quarantine is starting to feel like life without parole, you are not alone. Here are some ways to make it less isolating.
Extremely Long-Term Benefits
Interventions to help kids and parents in violent neighborhoods offer a payback that extends generations.
Filter Search Results
-- Select Categories --