When we think of concussions and brain injuries we tend to associate those with men — after all, they’re the ones playing football and predominantly in combat…but recent studies show both female athletes and women in general suffer a higher rate of concussions than men. Female brain injuries also tend to be more severe and…

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Maybe you are doing all the right things for your brain: Consuming beneficial brain nutrients, sleeping well, exercising, and spending time with people you enjoy…but you may still be deficient in one factor all brains need for optimal function: Unstructured time in nature to play. Hundreds of studies point to the necessity of the human…

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It’s hard not to get upset at chronically disruptive behavior in young people, but sometimes it can be rooted in neurological bases. A recent criminal justice study found that making one change as simple as supplementing children with fish oil can improve their behavior, and that a low resting heart rate is often connected with…

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