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04/19/2018 / By Zoey Sky

It looks like grandmothers who love to knit are on to something. According to a study, taking part in activities

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-19-scientists-say-working-with-your-hands-positively-affects-the-neurochemistry-brain.html

04/16/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Around two million Americans suffer from schizophrenia, and it’s a frustrating chronic mental illness that is marked with disabling symptoms

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-16-schizophrenia-can-be-treated-with-nutrients-found-in-brussels-sprouts-shellfish-and-oranges.html

04/13/2018 / By Lance D Johnson

According to CDC statistics, more than 64,000 Americans died from an opioid overdose in 2016.  As severe as it is,

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-13-antidepressants-the-new-opioids-tens-of-millions-of-americans-are-taking-them-and-many-cant-quit.html

04/13/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The conventional treatment for mental disorders uses various synthetic medications to suppress the faulty processes. These drugs have numerous negative

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-13-plant-based-supplements-that-can-help-balance-your-emotions.html

04/11/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Your sense of wellbeing is linked to how secure you feel about your home, according to a study conducted by

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-11-your-sense-of-wellbeing-connected-feel-about-your-home.html

04/10/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

There’s an ancient Jewish proverb that goes, ‘An unexamined dream is like an unopened letter.’ Dreams are our subconscious’ way

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-10-7-of-the-most-common-dreams-and-what-your-subconscious-may-be-trying-to-tell-you.html

04/09/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Why do we remember an event in vivid detail and forget the rest, no matter how many times they occur?

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-09-flash-bulb-memory-breakthrough-may-help-those-with-traumatic-or-suppressed-memories.html

04/08/2018 / By Zoey Sky

School or work can sometimes be stressful, and with looming deadlines, you can easily feel overwhelmed. If you’re having a

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-08-tips-and-habits-for-banishing-anxiety-for-life.html

04/08/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Imagine this: You’re leisurely going about your day when you meet someone on edge. Immediately, what was once peace and

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-08-stress-is-contagious-primitive-instincts-pick-up-on-other-peoples-fear-and-stress.html

04/05/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Modern technology is a two-edged sword. It makes our life more convenient. But it also makes living more complicated. We

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-05-breathe-love-and-laugh-natural-ways-to-treat-depression.html

04/04/2018 / By David Williams

By now, you probably already know that artificial intelligence (AI) technology is developing at a remarkably fast rate. It has

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-04-japanese-researchers-create-mind-reading-a-i-that-can-transcribe-a-persons-thoughts.html

04/04/2018 / By Zoey Sky

According to the results of a study, if a group of participants is instructed to perform “an effective strategy for a working

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-04-exercise-your-brain-improve-cognitive-performance.html

04/04/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Researchers from the Ruhr-Universität Bochum looked at how well category learning works during a stressful episode with the use of

http://www.mind.news//2018-04-04-neuroscience-study-stress-retards-ability-to-learn.html

03/29/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Depression can be a difficult illness to manage. Most people think of it largely as a mental illness, but the

http://www.mind.news//2018-03-29-depressed-adults-often-put-their-heart-health-at-risk-through-poor-diet.html