So-called "senior moments" can be unsettling and frustratingâ€”but we don't have to accept them as a normal part of aging. It may be possible to keep your brain "in shape."
Grief can cause intense physicalâ€”as well as emotionalâ€”pain, difficulty sleeping, loss of interest in eating or activities, and other issues. Here are some tips to get you through the process of grieving.
Engage in physical activity every dayâ€”research shows that regular exercise improves healthâ€”mind, body and spirit.
Do people who are religious or who have a nonreligious set of spiritual beliefs that guide them in their daily life have an advantage over those who donâ€™t when it comes to mental and physical well-being? Find out.
Early detection is important. Here are 10 early warning signs from the Alzheimerâ€™s AssociationÂ®.
Patients may be treated with low doses. Learn more about these meds.
Some research suggests that roughly 20 percent of those who were deployed in Iraq or Afghanistan have symptoms of PTSD or depression.
Yes, ADHD is a challenging disorder, but it is possible to manage symptoms.