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New Clues That Alzheimer’s May Be in Your Future

Losing your memory might not be the first clue that Alzheimer’s is lurking: Other seemingly unrelated symptoms can hint at the disease years before you actually get a diagnosis , suggests new research from Washington University. 

Lost And Found In "Majora's Mask" – BuzzFeed News

I’ve struggled with anxiety for years.

The Awesome Benefit of Having Great Friends

A lonely life may be bad for your brain. In a new British study, people who didn’t identify with any groups—family, local community, or social—were nearly 20 times more likely to be depressed than those who reported fitting in to several circles. 

Why Scratching an Itch Only Makes It Worse

Keep your hands to yourself! Scratching your itch can actually cause it to return even stronger, says a new study from the Washington University in St. Louis.  

Does Exercise Really Fight Depression?

The prescription for a case of the blues might be a pair of running shoes and advice to get moving. A new study from the U.K. adds to the growing evidence that exercise really can fight depression—and make you less likely to develop it in the first place.

The Easy Test That Can Diagnose Your Depression

For decades, doctors have been relying on small vials of your red stuff to tell them important information about your heart, kidneys, and other organs. Now, your brain might be able to join the party: Researchers from Northwestern University recently deve...

The Weird Way Your Walk Boosts Your Mood

Kick aside your gloomy mood: New research from Canada found that simply changing the way you walk can make you happier.