Light sleep linked to memory loss in older adults 
Light sleep linked to memory loss in older adults
If you’re older and feel like your memory is slipping, age may not be the only reason, experts say. Learn how getting a solid night’s sleep can keep your mind sharp.
Coping with mental illness in your family 
Coping with mental illness in your family
Dealing with mental disorders can be draining for family members. Learn how to cope, find support and take time for yourself, experts say.
Doctors call for limits on caffeine in energy drinks 
Doctors call for limits on caffeine in energy drinks
Saying energy drinks may threaten the health of young people, a group of doctors and health officials are urging the government to regulate the amount of caffeine they contain.
Sign of the times: Can garbled text msgs signal stroke? 
Sign of the times: Can garbled text msgs signal stroke?
A new study points to strong evidence that, in some instances, a mixed-up text message could be a sign that your friend or loved one may be having a stroke.
Alzheimer’s patients can now get treatment earlier 
Alzheimer’s patients can now get treatment earlier
The Food and Drug Administration says it will ease regulations regarding the use of experimental drugs for Alzheimer’s patients in the earliest stages of the disease.
New eyewear to detect stroke 
New eyewear to detect stroke
New study suggests that your eyes and a pair of specs are two of the newest weapons in the fight to detect and prevent stroke.
Scientific proof that it’s better to give than receive 
Scientific proof that it’s better to give than receive
If you really want to feel good about yourself, mental health experts say you should spend money on others rather than on yourself.