Behavioral Health

Does consistent bonding with mom help babies feel more secure? 
Does consistent bonding with mom help babies feel more secure?
New research finds that babies thrive when they spend consistent time with one parent rather than splitting time between homes.
Thrill-seekers like their food hot and spicy 
Thrill-seekers like their food hot and spicy
Whether you like spicy foods or not, a new study says your taste buds can tell a lot about your personality.
Is 90 the new 90? 
Is 90 the new 90?
A new study reports that today’s 90-year-old’s are much sharper mentally than those in their 90s a decade ago.
Your race could increase your risk for ADHD  Featured
Your race could increase your risk for ADHD
A new report sheds light on why Caucasian children are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD.
Dementia on the decline for some seniors 
Dementia on the decline for some seniors
Researchers say a healthier population and increased education are leading to a drop in the number of seniors with dementia.
Postponing retirement may delay dementia 
Postponing retirement may delay dementia
Researchers say that people who retire later in life have a better chance of staving off dementia. Find out why.
Smoking and drinking a bad combo for mental health, study says 
Smoking and drinking a bad combo for mental health, study says
For those who like to light up while they drink, new research says the combination may wreak havoc on your brain.