A Glimpse at the Mind-Body Connection Under the Microscope
October 7, 2021
Psychological stress leads to physiological changes within microscopic parts of the human cell
Microscopic changes affects cellular signaling, which carries through levels of the human body complex
Human aging is not necessarily linear and this biological malleability is linked to brain-body processes
My parents lived long and healthy lives, so I will, too?
In fact, our DNA is responsible for about 7 percent of our longevity, and it isread more
Want the Truth? Play the Game.
August 12, 2021
Remember when a significant number of people thought the COVID vaccine would give them COVID? Or that hydroxychloroquine might cure it? With so much bad or hyped information out there, it’s no wonder we all have misconceptions. The trick is not just presenting the right information, but also getting people to pay attention to it.
Greg Trevors, an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of South Carolina, kept thisread more
Surviving puberty: Researcher Looks Broadly at Early Life Experiences and Genetics to Help Identify Children Who May Benefit from Clinical Interventions as They Approach Adolescence
July 15, 2021
Puberty and adolescence are tough times for most. But for some teens, and even pre-teens, these years are particularly grueling and even dangerous because of factors out of their control and as far back as gestation.
Kristine Marceau, PhD
Kristine Marceau —never one to shy away from tough questions — often finds herself training a wide lens on influences that result in some teenagers engaging in unhealthyread more
Legislation Endorsed by FABBS Passes House
On Monday, May 17, the House of Representatives passed five bills endorsed by the Federation of Associations in Behavioral and Brain Sciences (FABBS). The legislation passed by voice vote, a process requiring a two-thirds majority for passage, indicating broad bipartisan support for these important measures.
These bipartisan bills sponsored by Chairwoman Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX) and Ranking Member Frank Lucas (R-OK) of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, now head to theread more