Ever wonder what people in their deathbeds regret the most? Bronnie Ware, a veteran Australian palliative nurse, shared her dying patients’ revelations. What she got was an eye opener. There was no mention of missed ambitions or career-related goals; not even bucket list stuff … [Read more...] about Top Five Regrets of the Dying
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Melatonin has been regarded by night owls, travelers, and shift workers as the magical solution to their irregular sleeping patterns. However, the dramatic advances in neuroscience have given way to the discovery that such function is just the tip of the iceberg for this crucial … [Read more...] about Melatonin and How it Affects the Brain
The Grant Study at Harvard is one of the longest running longitudinal studies in psychology/neuroscience, and specifically human development. The study started out in 1938, and followed 268 Harvard graduates throughout their lifespan. The purpose of this 75 year study was to … [Read more...] about What it Takes to Live a Happy Life: A Harvard Study Answers the Question
Although the word "intelligence" has no single definition, it is universally associated with terms such as knowledge, mental capability, reasoning, judgment, imagination, cognitive function, and occasionally, adaptation. Over the years, the most common notion with regard to … [Read more...] about Is Intelligence Genetic?
With the frightening prevalence of dementia and other psychoneurological disorders, people are talking up a storm about the ways to keep the brain healthy. While a number of these brain-boosting ideas have been around quite some time, a few are relatively new. Music's positive … [Read more...] about What are Binaural Beats and How Can They Help Your Brain Function Better?