Physical activity could combat fatigue, cognitive decline in cancer survivors

Physical activity could combat fatigue, cognitive decline in cancer survivors A new study indicates that cancer patients and survivors have a ready weapon against fatigue and ‘chemo brain’: a brisk walk. Researchers looked at the association between physical activity, fatigue and performance on cognitive tasks in nearly 300 breast cancer survivors. Physical activity could combat…

Details

Why some people are so sure they're right, even when they are not

Why some people are so sure they’re right, even when they are not Two studies examine the personality characteristics that drive dogmatism in the religious and nonreligious. In both groups, higher critical reasoning skills were associated with lower levels of dogmatism. But these two groups diverge in how moral concern influences their dogmatic thinking. Why…

Details