Articles for Tag: "Dr. Andrew Gordon"

What does salt do to your brain? 
What does salt do to your brain?
You’re likely consuming more than you should, and it might be more harmful than you think.
Janet Reno’s death draws attention to Parkinson’s disease  Featured
Janet Reno’s death draws attention to Parkinson’s disease
It affects about 1 million Americans, more than multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy and Lou Gehrig’s disease combined.
Is there a benefit to being a ‘worrier’? 
Is there a benefit to being a ‘worrier’?
Researchers are finding a strong correlation between overthinking and this desired characteristic.
Are concussions linked to an increased suicide risk? 
Are concussions linked to an increased suicide risk?
This common injury may have a connection to a higher rate of suicides, according to a recent study.
Why you should give your brain a break 
Why you should give your brain a break
Stepping away from a challenging problem may help your productivity.
A demanding job might be good for your brain 
A demanding job might be good for your brain
Those who are challenged at work experience less cognitive decline.
Early music training could have long-term benefits 
Early music training could have long-term benefits
Starting a child before the age of seven is key.