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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Chronic fatigue syndrome is a neurological condition   You may have heard of chronic fatigue syndrome or maybe have it yourself. Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) has long been controversial in conventional medicine, but neurological research has both validated and renamed it: Myalgic encephalopathy (ME). “Myalgic” means pain and “encephalopathy” means inflammation of the brain or…

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