Want to live longer? Be optimistic - Editors' Columns - McKnight's Senior Living
Being optimistic can help people live longer, even at the age of 85 or 90, according to the results of a recent study. But how can people increase optimism?
“Living With Bipolar Isn’t At All Like What You Think”
The truth behind the most common stigmas and misconceptions, from two women who’ve lived with bipolar disorder for most of their lives.
Why Do Older Individuals Have Greater Control of Their Feelings?
Psychologist Susan Turk Charles talks about findings that reveal the elderly have higher emotional well-being
A 2-Hour Dose of Nature Each Week Could Make You Happier and Healthier
Forget your complicated and expensive wellness regime and just . . . go outside.
‘There is a growing recognition in practice of the importance of the gut-brain axis as a target for maintaining and improving mental health,’ says Prof Gautam Gulati of the University of Limerick. Photograph: iStock
Meet your fine feathered friends: How bird-watching may help you de-stress
Birdwatching is an accessible, inexpensive hobby that rookies can enjoy from the very first outing.
Depression: His Versus Hers
We often picture depression as curling up under the covers in sadness, but surprisingly it can manifest in totally different ways in men and women.