Healthy Mind

How to Relieve Stress: A 6-Step Plan to Feeling Good

Stress may be a part of life, but it doesn’t have to get the best of you. Follow […]

Can a Nap Boost Brain Health?

Are you feeling a little guilty about your daily, mid-afternoon snooze? Don’t. Research shows that catching a few […]

Does Higher Learning Combat Dementia?

Baby boomers: Did you know that dementia rates are declining? Common wisdom suggests that as people grow older […]

Memory: 5 Ways to Protect Your Brain Health

A Johns Hopkins expert offers simple lifestyle tips that can benefit your brain and protect against memory problems. […]

Stress Management: Important at Any Age

You may be retired with grown children, but stress doesn’t magically disappear. Here are the top stressors to […]

Memory Lapse or Dementia? 5 Clues to Help Tell the Difference

When are little memory slipups normal, and when should you consider seeing the doctor? A Johns Hopkins expert […]

Hidden Brain Risk: Midlife High Blood Pressure

Hypertension in your 40s, 50s, or 60s could affect late-life thinking skills. Discover what Johns Hopkins researchers know […]

Beyond Memory Loss: How to Handle the Other Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

There is a lot of talk about the emotional pain patients and caregivers suffer when a loved one […]

Inside the Science of Memory

Just how are memories formed? And what can strengthen the connections in our brains? A Johns Hopkins expert […]

Natural Relief for Depression

In Johns Hopkins research, meditation appeared to provide relief from anxiety and depression symptoms. Find out how simple […]

Coping with Loss

Even when it’s clear that change is needed or unavoidable, it can still be difficult. But these ideas […]

Memory: Myth Versus Truth

Can brain games really give you a boost? Does your diet affect your recall? A Johns Hopkins expert […]

How to Cope with a Later-Life Crisis

If you or a loved one is going through what seems like a midlife crisis a little later […]

The Power of Positive Thinking

Are you a glass-half-full or glass-half-empty kind of person? The answer could make a difference in your heart […]

Protect Against a Retirement Risk

Lots of people dream of retiring … until it becomes a reality and the days seem too quiet […]

Depression: His Versus Hers

We often picture depression as curling up under the covers in sadness, but surprisingly it can manifest in […]

Keep Your Brain Young with Music

Music can be medicine for your mind, with benefits from memory improvement to stress relief. Learn what Johns […]