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Tasneem Bhatia, M.D. I call it the September phenomenon. My practice fills with children getting ready for school, college students grabbing their last-minute prescriptions and everyone questioning whether they should refill their ADD/ADHD medicine of choice. It is always interesting to see the diversity amongst my ADD...

BY LAURA SCHWECHERL - Additional reporting by Amy Eisinger Though the holiday season might make you feel stressed or crazy busy, it can also have another far more desirable effect: It may leave you feeling extra generous. That's right—all that gift-giving and caroling can bring on even more good vibes. "Being generous isn’t...

by Maggie Fox and Stacey Naggiar Just two years of exercising, eating healthier food and doing a little brain training boosted people’s memory function, researchers reported Monday. It’s the first proof that some of the things people have been trying to prevent Alzheimer’s may actually work. The...

Feeling as Sharp as a Donut? Try These 10 Foods for Concentration Aug. 13, 2013 at 3:51 PM Amy Capetta Chocolate Researchers at the University of L’Aquila in Italy studied the results of 90 seniors who were dealing with mild cognitive impairment -- difficulty with memory, thinking and judgment....