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Around 40 percent of people looking after loved ones with dementia are depressed or anxious, it has emerged.
A massive gene trawl has yielded critical clues about what causes schizophrenia, scientists say.
Taking 20 minutes of exercise three times a week could drastically reduce the risk of Alzheimer's, research shows.
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Losing interest in hobbies in old age could be an early sign of dementia, say scientists.
When a teenager deliberately hurts him or herself, it is a sign there are deeper problems that need to be addressed, writes Dr Anand Ramphal.
A study found that in women with early memory problems, aerobic activity increased the size of the hippocampus.
If you can't resist the chance to gamble, blame your insula.
Researchers say they had found evidence to back theories that drinking caffeine has a preventive effect on Alzheimer's disease.
Knitting may have health benefits for the person clicking away with the needles, says Amanda Mascarelli.
We think more creatively when taking a stroll than when sitting, according to a study.
“Mindfulness” is a form of meditationgrowing fast in the Western world. Fabienne Faur finds out more...
Scientists believe our brains start going downhill after the age of 24.
A UK report on wellbeing suggests that going to the library is the way to achieve contentment.
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