The ‘Mandela effect’ and the science of false memories
This phenomenon occurs when large groups of people believe something happened even though evidence shows it isn’t true.
Playgrounds for older adults boost activity, decrease loneliness
Cities around the world are reimagining what playgrounds can be — and who they can best serve.
5 important questions you should ask your pharmacist
Your pharmacist is a valuable member of your health team, and can help you in ways you probably don't even realize.
Being left-handed doesn’t mean you’re right-brained — so what does it mean?
Happy International Left Handers Day!
How to untangle dementia theories without panicking
Dementia has been attributed to everything from waist size to spicy food — so what’s to be believed?
Why we become more forgetful with age — and what you can do about it
Use that half hour you might have spent doing a sudoku puzzle to go for a nice walk instead
How the lowly mushroom is becoming a nutritional star
Super powerful antioxidants that might help against diseases of aging such as cancer, heart disease, and dementia
The ‘silver tsunami’ is coming — and we’re not ready
Planning for the needs of aging cancer survivors represents a signiﬁcant public health challenge. Here's what needs to be done.
Blood tests for Alzheimer’s: Two experts on why new studies are encouraging
Breakthroughs in terms in treatment are more likely to occur than ever before
Chiropractor vs. structural chiropractic: what’s the difference?
It's time to rethink the relationship between our brain and spine
Why taking a selfie while brushing your teeth could be good for you
The benefits of raising the level of self-consciousness