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Sat, Jan 31, 2015 7:01 AM
Bizarre experiments from the 1960s revealed how the right and left brain hemispheres work, and they continue to enlighten psychologists today.
Out with the old and in with the new — as in a new, healthier perspective on your life and all your stuff.
Here's a hint: It's probably not often enough.
The ghostly apparitions could be due to the brain reorienting itself after sleep.
New study finds that consuming blueberries every day may help lower systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
We knew that people who lived around trees were richer, healthier, safer and happier. Here's yet more evidence of the power of green.
You know you're not the only one who has the flu, but here's how to get on the schedule when you really need to.
Just 20 minutes of exercise a day is enough to reduce your chances of early death.
Thump, massage and stretch your body to help jump-start your immune system.
Unable to communicate from ages 12-24, Pistorius says he felt trapped and invisible to the world around him.
New study shows link between bisphenol S and fetal brain development.
Fourteen years of data show that more women are having mastectomies, even when a less invasive option is available.
Researchers find that more than 10 percent of patients may be taking aspirin unnecessarily, and the risks may outweigh the benefits.
The symptoms of chronic pain and depression overlap and magnify each other until the cycle is brought to a halt.
Research suggests that arrhythmia might be behind several of Beethoven's most classic compositions.
Turn that frown upside-down if you want to improve your cardiovascular health.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.