Cyclic breathing: Why experts say just 5 minutes a day can reduce stress
Scientists recommend 5 minutes of walking to combat your worst habit
Exercise snackies anyone?
The power of “non-negative” thinking
A negative self-schema can be changed through evidence.
Use these 3 expert-backed tips to combat the remote-work blues
Gig work comes with some upsides, like being one’s own boss or setting one’s own schedule.
Covid-19-related stress caused some young people’s brains to age too fast — study
It’s unclear how long the changes might last.
One style of social media use makes you feel better than any other — it’s not what you think
Practicing one whimsical activity may stave off brain aging — study
Opinion: Interventions like social ballroom dancing are a promising, noninvasive, and cost-effective path toward staving off dementia.
Is Dry January effective? An expert explains the problem with trendy sobriety
As a substance use researcher and therapist, I’m troubled by some of the trends around Dry January.
How a fantasy masterpiece led to the discovery of a real brain condition
"My body is as if someone had drawn a vertical line separating the two halves.”
Inside the toxic history of a beloved festive spice
Next time you drink a pumpkin spice latte, think before you sip.
Can ayahuasca boost brain health? The side effects may temper the benefits
Few studies have focused on the side-effects of ayahuasca.
Why does cheese taste like cheese? Food experts explain how microbes work magic
“Human nature is all about ebbs and flows, and cheese is no different.”
Some people really do feel more hungover than others — genetics could help reveal why
There’s more to it than simply how much we drink.
How do Christmas cakes last for years? Inside the “perfect storm” of preservation
Love or hate them, there’s no denying some fruitcakes are not just old — they are ancient.
Are you exhausted or just tired? Experts explain the unique condition and how to combat it
Exhaustion isn’t the same as being tired.
Do genetics determine how you respond to psychedelics? A new study suggests they might
"Some of the differences here are pretty big."