Mind & Mood

This Common Pain Medication Reverses Alzheimer’s Memory Loss in Mice

The NSAID could be a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s in the future, researchers say.

The Surprising Reason You Might Feel Burned Out at Work

It could have to do with a mismatch between your unconscious needs and your job description, researchers say.

The Mental Tricks Laurie Hernandez Uses for Crazy Confidence

Try her moves the next time you need to calm your nerves.

What Your View of the Olympics Says About Your Personality

How much you value silver and bronze medals can offer clues about your happiness, according to a new study.

These Short Videos Can Boost Your Mood Instantly, Research Says

A new study found the five-minute guided exercises helped people feel calmer and happier.

What Being Expected to Check Email After Work Does to Your Health

Science confirms it: Your boss’s after-hours expectations might be making you sick.

Researchers Identify a New, Effective Treatment for Depression

A new study finds simple behavioral therapy might be just as good as cognitive behavioral therapy.

How to Help Your Overscheduled Teen Stay Sane

When there simply doesn't seem to be enough time in the day, these expert tips will help keep stress at bay. 

New Study Suggests Brain Glitch May Cause OCD

The findings could lead to better treatment for the troubling disorder.

13 Things People With Anxiety Want You to Know

For starters, we can’t just stop worrying.

8 Signs Your Teen Might Be Depressed

Here’s how to know if the problem is more than just moodiness.