Although we sometimes forget things we wish we remembered, it turns out that memory loss is natural in a healthy brain. Learn how our brains use this function to keep memories organized and prevent from becoming too full.
The measures we take can help prevent the spread of COVID, but at what cost to our well-being? These scientists explain the impact to us, and give tips about what we can do to strengthen our bonds while keeping physically distant.
We all have our anxieties at times – after all, it’s part of what makes us human. But mindfulness can help us overcome our hard-wired tendency to worry, and increase our happiness.
If you’re a musician or a musical student, social-distancing has made it difficult to collaborate with your band or learn with your teachers. Thankfully, there are many online tools that can help keep you connected, creative and productive.
We all have those things we wish we could remember more easily, as well as those we wish we could forget. Let’s take a look at how our minds work to differentiate short-term and long-term memories, and if there’s anything we can do about it.
As we prepare to celebrate Earth Day, let’s take a moment to acknowledge the impact we have on the environment, and to remember all the things we can do to protect this beautiful blue marble we call home.
Don’t get embarrassed next time you don’t remember something correctly. It turns out that social mis-remembering is actually fairly common and may be clouding our minds more than we think. Let’s check out why.
We all love to laugh. And we know humor is as old and diverse as humanity itself. However, it hasn’t always been looked upon as a positive personality trait. Let’s see why new studies are changing that.
Do you trust your lucky horseshoe or the fortune that comes with finding a four-leaf clover? Or possibly afraid of black cats and broken mirrors? You’re not alone! Find out why superstitious beliefs are so widespread.
Do you sometimes feel like you can simply work -or rock- around the clock non-stop, but other times you can’t? Here’s a peek at what’s going on in your body and brain, and where that ‘second wind’ comes from.