Archives for February, 2010 - Page 2

Advocacy and Policy

Exercise Helps To Reduce Anxiety

A University of Georgia study shows that regular exercise can significantly reduce symptoms of anxiety. The study focused on anxiety that often accompanies a chronic illness. This fear can...
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Brain and Behavior

Napping Makes You Smarter

A new study that examined participants’ cognitive abilities after they took a nap demonstrates that a simple nap may help make you “#8221; The research, conducted at the University...
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Advocacy and Policy

Magnesium for Memory

A new research effort discovers magnesium deficiencies are common even among individuals having access to healthy food and nutritional supplements. Magnesium is believed to play a factor in the...
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Mood Influences Search for Novelty

A new report from an international team of social and cognitive psychologists clarifies how mood influences our actions for exploring new avenues or remaining content with accustomed surroundings. Researchers...
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Power Naps Boost Brainpower

New research suggests an hour’s nap can dramatically boost and restore your brainpower. Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley discovered a nap can not only refresh the mind,...
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