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Why Donald Trump shouldn’t be referencing Ronald Reagan regarding his mental health

Trump keeps invoking Reagan on Twitter — but in doing so, he might actually be making a case for why his mental stability should be up for debate.

Alzheimer’s is already a serious problem in the US — and numbers will double by 2060

Alzheimer's is a growing problem in the U.S., and scientists are calling for more interventions to catch the disease early.

Inside Ambrosia: Could infusions of millennial blood make you young again? Scientists have doubts.

The promise of eternal youth doesn't come cheap.
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Here’s how music can help to heal the mind

A Phoenix-based hospital practices medicine with musical accompaniment.
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What to Know About this Year’s Miss USA — And Why It Will Be Different From Any Other Year

Here's how to watch Sunday's pageant.

Playing This Game for Just 2 Minutes Could Help Doctors Diagnose Dementia

Your new way to procrastinate could end up saving lives.

Researchers Are Trying to Develop New Drugs in Space

The frontier of drug development may be 250 miles above our heads.
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Science Is a Step Closer to Recovering Alzheimer's Patients' Lost Memories

Memories lost to Alzheimer might not be lost forever.
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5 Ab Exercises That Will Actually Get You Results — That Aren't Crunches

Here are a few ab exercises that are a better alternative to crunches.
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Does Red Wine Make You Live Longer? The Answer May Surprise You

The health benefits of moderate red wine consumption are well documented.

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What Are the Health Benefits of Turmeric? Here's What Science Says About the Spice

Turmeric has many health benefits, according to science.
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How Much Sushi Is Too Much? Here's Why You Probably Shouldn't Fear Mercury Poisoning

How much sushi can lead to mercury poisoning?
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8 Movies That Powerfully Depict Living With Mental Illness

From 'Ordinary People' to 'Still Alice.'
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This Is What Happens to Your Brain When You Get Punched in the Head

It's pretty brutal.

An Unexpected Therapy for Alzheimer's Is Gaining Major Traction

And it's accessible to everyone.
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Scientists Are About to Make Your Brain 'Limitless'

As close to a real-life "red pill" as it gets.
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NFL Player Who Murdered His Girlfriend, Committed Suicide Showed Signs of Brain Damage

Another red flag for a league in crisis mode.

Science Has Great News for People Who Read Actual Books

It's time to power down your Kindle.

Scientists Have Discovered That Losing Weight Actually Transforms Your Brain

Something that was, until now, thought nearly impossible.

Scientists Have Discovered a Simple Way to Predict if You Have Alzheimer's

This test could help people start treatment before they ever exhibit symptoms.

If You Love Listening to Music Now, You'll Be in Luck Later in Life

Being a music lover comes with some surprising health benefits.

How Americans Died in 1900 vs. Today, in One Chart

We're living longer, and we're dying differently.
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Science Shows People Who Are Bilingual Have a Leg Up on the Rest of Us

An incredible new finding shows studying languages has more benefits than you even thought.
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Watch Seth Rogen's Epic Congressional Testimony — To a Room With Few Senators Listening

It was a moving call to arms by the actor.

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There's a New Epidemic Our Generation Has to Battle: Alzheimer's

Growing numbers of dementia cases will affect people of all ages worldwide.
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FDA Trans Fat Ban Will Save Thousands Of Lives

By regulating the use of synthetic partially hydrogenated oils in food, the FDA will prevent many serious diseases and save thousands of American lives every year.

This is the Most Important Dinner Party You'll Ever Attend

Let's Have Dinner and Talk About Death is helping people broach a hard-to-discuss subject.

The Reason You Should Be Thankful If You're Absentminded

We forget most experiences from everyday life, but forgetting may actually be a good thing.