Writing your name backwards, hanging your picture at home in reverse, solving a puzzle, brushing your teeth with your non-dominant hand, or taking trivia quizzes might improve your memory, concentration, and spatial skills for over the years, according to a new study.
Researchers from Beaumont Hospital and Wayne State Institute of Gerontology recruited seni
Science shows that love is indeed a state of mind. But as to where exactly in the brain it is located remained to be a big mystery for scientists, for so many years. For the first time though, experts developed a map of where love and desire rest in the brain.
In an international study led by Professor Jim Pfaus of the psychology department in Conco
In a controlled study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, researchers from the University of South Florida and Fudan University in Shanghai discovered that seniors who practised Tai Chi three times a week developed larger brain volume, and improved their memory and thinking skills.
In the past studies, it was found that people who partici
Did you know that your face tells a lot about what’s happening inside your body?
For centuries, practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine have used facial analysis in determining how healthy a person is. It doesn’t always mean to say that just because you don’t feel or experience anything wrong, you’re healthy. There are fa
In a study by the University of Iowa, it was confirmed that self-control is like a finite commodity which gets used up over the course of time. This means that once people already exhausted their self-control, it’s less likely that they will be able to sustain their self-esteem the next time they’re confronted with a tough situation.
Married couples are often confronted with problems when it comes to distributing household chores. In most cases, women are left with more obligations at home like doing the laundry, preparing the food, washing the dishes, and the like. This common problem though, if left unresolved, can lead to distress and later on conflicts between couples, found a
Character strengths refer to the traits which are known to be morally positive. Past studies have linked practising character strengths to life satisfaction. But it was not until recently that such claim was proven. In a large-scale study published in the Journal of Happiness Studies, scientists for the first time proved that training character strengths imp
Exercising and taking bodybuilding supplements aren’t the only proven methods to develop beautiful and sexy abs. There are foods that you can incorporate in your daily diet not just to keep your tummy flat but healthy as well.
1. Avocado for healthy fats
Research has shown that avoc
Males who are having fertility issues are usually advised by their GPs to reduce alcohol consumption, avoid tobacco and recreational drug use, and maintain their weight. But according to a new research, these things have little to do with infertility, particularly when it comes to low sperm count.
A group of researchers from the University of Manche
UK divorce rates are on the rise, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) which indicate a 4.9% increase in yearly average, translating to 11 divorcing people for every thousand of the married population. The ONS Annual Matrimonial Survey by Grant Thornton further revealed that problems over finances were cited as