NEWS & FEATURES
/ SORT BY
STREAMLINE YOUR SEARCH
Treat Childhood Obesity Sooner Rather than Later
Kids who are overweight or obese are not likely to grow out of this condition. Parents need to take steps to get kids' weight under control.
Behind the Higher Cardiovascular Disease Mortality Rates Seen Among Blacks
A variety of social, behavioral, and metabolic factors contribute to the fact that Blacks are more likely to die from heart problems.
“Imagine You Are an Art Thief...”
A pretend art heist revealed how our motivations for pursuing goals shape what we remember along the way. Curiosity and urgency are factors.
Go Ahead, Take a Nap
Short, 20-minute naps are good for you. Memory, mood and brain volume were all better in those who napped regularly. Start a napping habit.
A Social Prescription for Successful Aging
More doctors are encouraging senior patients to participate in clubs and volunteer work as a way to stay happy and actively engaged.
A Matter of Perspective
Not all selfies are about vanity. The photographerâ€™s reason for taking a photo has a lot to do with the point of view they choose.
Kids Who Self-Harm
Self-harm encompasses a wide range of behaviors. Some are temporary; some are lethal. It helps to understand which kids are most at risk.
For Seniors, Time Online Can Bring Benefits
Older adults who surfed the Web regularly had a considerably lower risk of mental decline compared with those who spent no time online.
Craving a Fast Food Fix?
Highly processed foods are formulated for maximum appeal, and colorful ads keep people coming back for more. This can lead to addiction.
Lithium in the Environment Raises Autism Risk
The batteries that power e-bikes and electronic devices can lead to more of this metal in ground water. This could be why ASD rates are up.
Filter Search Results
-- Select Categories --