05/21/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Middle school classes should start after 8 a.m. to help students get more sleep and be more awake during their

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-21-new-study-suggests-that-middle-school-classes-should-start-after-8-a-m-to-allow-pre-teens-to-get-more-sleep.html

05/19/2018 / By Jayson Veley

A new study suggests that middle-aged people between the ages of 30 and 49 that spend time on social media

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-19-facebook-depression-common-among-middle-aged-adults.html

05/18/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

We know that walking makes us feel good, especially after a stressful day. That’s why some people choose to “walk

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-18-no-walking-dead-here-walking-benefits-the-brain-and-prevents-cognitive-decline.html

05/17/2018 / By Zoey Sky

It’s not bad to prioritize school or work, but don’t forget to take some time off so you can relax

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-17-it-is-important-to-prioritize-some-down-time-tips-for-incorporating-short-respites-into-your-day.html

05/17/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Are your children being exposed to toxins that could cause brain development disorders? A review published in Endocrine Connections determined that there

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-17-numerous-common-chemicals-found-to-interrupt-thyroid-hormones-disrupt-brain-development-in-fetuses-and-young-children.html

05/16/2018 / By Zoey Sky

If you’re already wary of traveling by air, recent news reports might have added to your apprehension when it comes

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-16-how-to-care-for-yourself-emotionally-after-experiencing-trauma-during-an-airplane-flight.html

05/14/2018 / By David Williams

Personality may have very little to do with people’s proclivity for risk, a new study reveals. Based on the results

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-14-how-you-respond-to-risks-may-be-how-your-brain-is-wired-people-who-play-it-safe-have-more-neurons-but-less-coordinated-pathways.html

05/14/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Looking for a way to de-stress and relax? Try mindfulness meditation: It uses both the body and mind to attain calmness,

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-14-all-it-takes-is-16-seconds-why-meditation-should-become-part-of-your-everyday-routine.html

05/14/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Here’s another reason to get off of Facebook: A temporary social media detox can be good for your health. Deleting

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-14-try-a-temporary-social-media-detox-quitting-facebook-reduces-stress.html

05/11/2018 / By Janine Acero

Among the myriad of health benefits of green tea, studies suggest that green tea supplements may help treat Down’s syndrome in babies, and

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-11-compounds-in-green-tea-show-promise-in-the-treatment-of-downs-syndrome-scientists-say-it-can-even-help-prevent-facial-features-associated-with-the-disorder.html

05/09/2018 / By Lance D Johnson

A study from Michigan State University explored the dark side of the internet and showed how social media can make

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-09-exploring-the-dark-side-of-the-internet-how-social-media-can-make-us-do-things-that-we-wouldnt-normally-do.html

05/09/2018 / By David Williams

The human brain holds many mysteries, among which are the specifics of how exactly memories work. There are a lot

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-09-researchers-create-memory-prosthesis-that-can-boost-recall-in-humans-by-around-40-percent.html

05/09/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

The health-conscious do their best to eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly, minimize stress, and sleep well. But they may

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-09-experts-warn-that-it-just-takes-one-sleepless-night-to-dramatically-increase-your-risk-of-alzheimers.html

05/08/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Music has charms to soothe the savage beast, so wrote the playwright-poet William Congreve. Science has shown that music can also

http://www.mind.news//2018-05-08-music-improves-your-brain-study-finds-musicians-are-better-at-solving-problems-and-making-decisions.html

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