Men have long been silent and stoic about their inner lives, but there’s every reason for them to open up emotionally—and their partners are helping.
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Christopher Bergland is a retired ultra-endurance athlete turned science writer, public health advocate, and promoter of cerebellum ("little brain") optimization.
Six minutes of high-intensity exercise causes BDNF to skyrocket and protects the brain from degeneration much better than 90 minutes of low-intensity exercise, a new study reports.
Physical activity interventions may be an effective way to alleviate depressive symptoms during adolescence, a new meta-analysis of 21 different studies reports.
Monty Python made "silly walking" famous in the 1970s. New research shows why trying to mimic a "Ministry of Silly Walks" gait isn't just humorous. It's also a vigorous workout.
You don't have to be a Buddhist to benefit from living by a moral code. New research suggests that people who strive to "do the right thing" tend to be less stressed and depressed.
Why do kids learn quickly? Neuroimaging research shows us how children's brains work differently than adults' brains during the learning process.
A new study reports that stronger circadian synchronization, or "early to bed, early to rise" habits, is linked to stronger verbal abilities.