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Scientists say this ridiculously simple strategy can help you learn anything

Instead of reading and rereading a list of vocabulary words, you should read it once and then test yourself repeatedly.

5 reasons I still use a big, heavy desktop that sits in one room while everyone else is going mobile

I still use a laptop when I have to, but when I don't, I'm desktop all the way for the smoother and faster performance while I work and play.
Rocking in a hammock isn't just relaxing, it could improve your memory too.

If you’re having trouble sleeping, scientists say you should try rocking like a baby

It can also help us sleep more soundly and even improve our memory.
Dr. Sudip Bose.

A doctor who achieved a near-perfect score on the medical-board exam shares his 6 best strategies to memorize any kind of information

Dr. Sudip Bose is a former major in the US Army and is an Iraq War veteran. He said learning doesn't stop after being a student.
Christine Blasey Ford testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee, September 27, 2018.

What happens to your brain and body after a traumatic experience like sexual assault, according to science

As Christine Blasey Ford testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee about an alleged 1982 attack by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, here's a look at what we know about how sexual trauma can affect the body and brain.
Let the awkward moments go.

Forgetting your most cringeworthy moments is easier said than done, but there’s an easy way to prevent them from haunting you for life

Awkward moments — and we all have them — don't have to follow you around forever. Try focusing on the non-emotional details of the memory, like what you were wearing that day.

Sex could improve your memory when you’re older, according to a new study — further proof that it’s good for the brain

According to a new study from the University of Wollongong in Australia, older people who have sexually active and emotionally close relationships tend to perform better at memory tests than those who are sexually inactive.

14 ways one type of exercise is the closest thing to a miracle drug we have

Cardio exercise has significant beneficial effects on the brain and body. Here are the most important ways it improves your health.

There’s even more evidence that one type of exercise is the closest thing to a miracle drug that we have

A new study found evidence that the less frequently people exercised, the weaker their brain's white matter and the more poorly they did on cognitive tests.