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1. Stress vs. Anxiety: What’s the Difference?

What Is Stress?
Stress is a highly subjective term, which makes defining it a challenge (or, as some would say, stressful). In short, stress is a mostly physical response to a perceived threat or pressure. Vaile Wright, director of research and special projects at the American Psy-chological Association, puts it like

Sitting Is Bad for Your Brain

You may have heard that sitting is as bad for your health as smoking, meaning that being a couch potato increases the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and premature death. Now, you can add memory to that list. Researchers at UCLA conducted a pilot study to explore what impact a

Are Walnuts Good For You?

Are Walnuts Good For You?

Nuts have gotten a bad reputation, but is that for good reason? In general, nuts are actually an extremely healthy addition to your diet, and walnuts might be the healthiest of them all. So why are walnuts good for you, and how can they benefit your health?

8 Energy-Boosting Foods to Keep You Alert

8 Energy-Boosting Foods to Keep You Alert

Instead of reaching for a dangerous energy drink or soda, try one of the following eight energy-boosting foods.
Energy-Boosting Foods #1: Green Tea
Caffeine (coffee, tea, chocolate, cola, energy drinks) is a drug, a strong stimulant that actually generates a stress reaction in the body. Try going for three weeks without caffeine.

Memory Improvement Games: Train Your Brain

Memory Improvement Games: Train Your Brain

Regularly engaging in memory improvement games, training exercises that help you practice specific cognitive abilities (e.g., attention or processing speed), seems to protect against memory loss better than memory strategies alone. So as we get older, it’s important to keep our minds moving.
Memory Improvement Games, Tips, Advice
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Mild Cognitive Impairment vs. Dementia

Forgetting someone’s name, where you parked your car, or why you entered a room are experiences many people have as they get older. These lapses are often momentary and nothing to be alarmed about as they are usually a normal part of aging.

“As we age, there are three levels of

Is Alzheimer’s Hereditary?

Is Alzheimer’s Hereditary?

There are two types of Alzheimer’s disease—early-onset and late-onset. Both types have a genetic component. So is Alzheimer’s hereditary? First, keep in mind that this is a very complex disease. Though your risk is higher if you have a family history of the disease, it does not mean you definitely

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