Tens of millions of people minister to a loved one on a full- or part-time basis, often putting their own lives on hold. Now researchers are finding ways to help them care for others without losing themselves ...
A research-based way to improve life and reduce depression among people caring for loved ones with dementia
Long, short, forward and back: Our concepts of time—and how we process it in the brain—are based on our understanding of physical space, with some surprising cultural variations ...
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The male and female responses to stress are biologically different. What does that mean for treating PTSD, depression and other disorders?
Research is unwinding the physiological basis of synesthesia, finding links to migraine, autism and other conditions that suggest a role for the immune system
Several “artificial” approaches exist but most evidence suggests that training cannot capture a synesthete’s experience
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