Why Friendship matters to mental health?

The National Council on Mental Well-Being states that friendship is something people never outgrow, and regardless of your age or what’s going on, close, healthy friendships promote positive mental health and well-being. Other mental health organizations also support this belief, and studies have shown that “those who enjoy close friendships during adolescence have a lower […]

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Better Food for Better brain and Memory

Another reason to eat well: A new study shows that eating certain fruits and vegetables, as well as chocolate, can slow cognitive decline in old age. The study investigated the effects of foods containing flavonol, which occurs naturally in certain plants. Flavonol is one of six types of flavonoids, bioactive compounds found in foods that […]

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