New research suggests daily mindfulness training at home helped reduce kids’ stress levels and negative emotions.
A potential new Alzheimer’s drug represses the harmful inflammatory response of the brain’s immune cells, reducing disease pathology, preserving neurons, and improving cognition in preclinical tests.
MIT professor discusses the US surgeon general’s recent advisory and why scrolling social media can lead to depression and anxiety.
Symposium speakers describe numerous ways to promote prevention, resilience, healing, and wellness after early-life stresses.
Keynote speaker Bror Saxberg SM ’85, PhD ’89 encourages understanding learners and their contexts.
But the harm from a discriminatory AI system can be minimized if the advice it delivers is properly framed, an MIT team has shown.
Advisor engages students, builds community, and promotes well-being and health.
Targeting these circuits could offer a new way to reverse motor dysfunction and depression in Parkinson’s patients.