Exercise mental health 00010:00/0:311× Easier Version: Exercise can improve our mental health. Scientists have discovered that when we exercise, our muscles release chemicals called myokines that travel to our brain and act as an antidepressant. Exercise also releases neurotransmitters that have a positive impact on our brains.
Easier Version: Have you ever wished you could read someone’s mind? Well, scientists have made a breakthrough that brings us closer to that reality! They’ve developed an AI-based decoder that can translate brain activity into text. This means that for the first time, a person’s thoughts can
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Asthma is a sickness that affects the lungs and can be very dangerous. Lots of people around the world have it, and it causes a lot of deaths each year. Things that can cause asthma attacks are called triggers. Some examples of triggers are smoke from cigarettes, pollen, dust, perfumes,
The article below talks about stress and aging. It turns out that stress-related aging can be reversed. This means that just because someone is experiencing stress-related aging, it doesn't mean that it's permanent. Our biological age is not the same as our chronological age. Biological age is determined by the