Exercise as Therapy

Moving your body can turn a bad day into a good one.

Exercise Gives a Big Boost to Sleep

By Michael J Breus Ph.D.
Being physically active leads to better sleep.

Exercise Good for Depression: Whose Bright Idea Was That?

By Victoria Maxwell
Exercise Good for Depression: Whose Bright Idea Was That?

Autism and Exercise

By Lynne Soraya
The positive effects of exercise for autistic people.

A Cure for Digital Withdrawal Disorder (DWD)

By Mack R. Hicks Ph.D.
Playing with dad can cure kids' lonliness and alienation.

So, Does Exercise Treat Depression?

By David Hellerstein M.D.
Doctors know it helps, but it's hard for researchers to prove.

Superheroes Exercise to Maintain Their Superpowers

By Loretta G. Breuning Ph.D.
Real physical strength helps you more than fantasy strength

Men, Women, Single, Married: Who Really Exercises More?

By Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
13,000 Americans report their time spent exercising

Better Sleep Found by Exercising on a Regular Basis

By Michael J Breus Ph.D.
Exercise improves sleep, but it takes time to reap the benefits.

Why Exercise Boosts Both Body and Mind

By Angela Grippo Ph.D.
Research indicates that exercise can help you cope with stress and improve mood.

An Exercise-Meditation Smackdown

By Wendy Suzuki Ph.D.
Who will win our head-to-head brain battle between exercise and meditation?

Get Out and Walk! Your Brain Will Thank You

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
How walking can boost your brain power

3 Ways To Beat Depression Through Exercise In 2014

By Graeme Cowan
Exercising to beat depression need not be intensive or grueling. Find out why!

Being Outdoors and Exercising Can Help ADHD Symptoms

By Stephanie A. Sarkis Ph.D.
A study finds that taking a walk in the park reduced the impact of ADHD.

Exercise and Fibromyalgia: It Really Works, Sort Of

By Mark Borigini M.D.
The better-than-nothing approach

Beethoven's Daily Habit for Inspiring Creative Breakthroughs

By Gregory Ciotti
Beethoven was avid about separating his "absorb" and "synthesis" states.

The Yoga Revolution... and Its Opponents

By Melanie Greenberg Ph.D.
Is news of the dark side of Yoga just hype?

ADHD and Relationships: The Other Partner

By Larry Maucieri Ph.D., ABPP-CN
What about the Partner Who Doesn’t Have ADHD?

From Beyonce to Sousa: The Power of a Beat

By Kimberly Sena Moore Ph.D.
Our body moves to rhythm. We can't help it.

Top Ten Interchangeable Golden Rules of Yoga and Research

By Joanne Broder Sumerson Ph.D.
The principles of one are truly applicable to the other.

The Best Brain Food May Not Be a Food

By Meg Selig
This activity will improve your brain health.