Spending more time in school, taking stairs may help keep brain young

Spending more time in school, taking stairs may help keep brain young

Who says that physical exercise is done only to acquire a healthy body? A recent study shows the more stairs a person climbs, the healthier is his brain. The study also revealed that when a person spends more number of years in school, his brain physically appears younger.

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Visual impairment in children linked to ADHD: Study

Visual impairment in children linked to ADHD: Study

It is not easy to live with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). There appears to be a difference of opinion about the disease; some think it as a matter of choice of behavior or a result of bad parenting, while others believe that the disease runs in families.

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Paradoxical effects of LSD can help treat mental illnesses: Study

Paradoxical effects of LSD can help treat mental illnesses: Study

For generations, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) has been regarded as a psychedelic drug that can cause unpredictable effects such as hallucinations or an apparent extension of consciousness. While the seemingly contradictory and inconsistent effects of LSD use are known, a study by the Imperial College London confirmed that LSD can cause paradoxical effects, including psychosis-like symptoms and improved psychological well-being.

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