Dr. Drew Ramsey from Columbia University and the author of the book “50 Shades Of Kale,” visited The Couch Wednesday to talk about these brain foods.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continued to recover from a medical close call Tuesday night – a potentially life-threatening blood clot that doctors said they found in time.
Need more energy? Want to improve your memory? Maybe achieve greater success at work? Now there’s a pill that may be able to do all this and more. But is it too good to be true?
Long-term exposure to stress floods the brain with cortisol, which damages neurons making them smaller. Part of the brain affected by stress controls problem solving and memory: in extreme cases, the results can be serious.
When Jordana Holovach’s son Jacob was six-months-old, doctors diagnosed him with Canavan Disease.
There is promising news for families living with autistic children. Researchers at the University of Utah say they have found a better way to detect autism.
We’ve always thought exercising your brain is just as important as exercising your body, but new research shows in some cases it may actually be harmful.
The number of children getting concussions has skyrocketed in recent years. Matt Gfeller (pictured) is among those who suffered a fatal brain injury during a varsity football game.
The CDC says more than 1.5 million Americans will experience some sort of traumatic brain injury during their lifetime, and 51,000 will die from those injuries.