What a Little-Known Brain Region Can Tell Us About Depression

This is just one small study, but if our results are correct the hyperactive habenula theory of depression needs a serious rethink.

Violence and Neglect Scar Children’s Brains for Life

Exposure to violence leaves physical marks on the brain that can impact children’s mental and physical health for the rest of their lives.

Believe It or Not, Men Who Can’t Tell the Difference Between Attraction and Connection Are Not Unusual

This could explain why it’s difficult for many men to make friends, go to therapy or find social support outside of romantic relationships.

Confession of a Non-Driver

Matthew Rozsa shares his experiences as someone who can’t drive.

5 Brain Challenges We Can Overcome in the Next Decade

Understanding mental health must be a primary global health priority. Here are 5 ways we can improve brain health to create flourishing societies.

3 Tips for Practicing Mindfulness in a Multitasking Workplace

Dr. Romie Mushtaq, neurologist, shares the science behind its effectiveness.

Misophonia: The Terror of Listening to My Son Eat

Zach Rosenberg didn’t know why he’d get irrationally angry while listening to his family eating until he learned that his reaction was being triggered by a very real neurological condition

Why Do Men Have a Hard Time Handing Things Over To God?

If pride truly cometh before the fall then we need a strong harness and a good helmet.

a Letter To My Daughter

Being a single dad to a teenage girl is hard. ADD doesn’t make it any easier.