Review Suggests Evidence for Computer-Based Brain Training Limited and Varies Widely What: Evidence for the effectiveness of commercially available computerized braining training programs to ward off age-related cognitive decline […]
Regular Yoga Meditation Can Improve Memory and Executive Control in Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment What: In a study looking at the effects of Kirtan Kriya meditation training […]
MAKE YOUR NEW BRAIN HEALTH HABITS STICK! Want a great way to keep going forward with your brain healthy goals for 2017? Hear Matt Cutts suggest that creating a […]
DAY 30 HAPPINESS SELF-TALK AND OUR BRAINS. Emotions can effect mental function and long-term brain health. Dan Gilbert, author of “Stumbling on Happiness,” challenges our thinking on happiness particularly when […]
DAY 29 OUR BRAINS: THE FINAL FRONTIER? The human brain is a one of the great frontiers in the study of human physiology according to Dr. Lara Boyd. Listen as […]
DAY 28 THE POWER OF NEUROPLASTICITY. Did you know that change is possible for injured brains? Learn from this TEDx video with Dr. Daniel Amen about what he has observed […]
DAY 27 HOW OUR BRAINS GROW. What’s this about brains never ending ability to change? Neuroscientist Sandrine Thuret offers practical advice on how we can help our brains better perform […]
DAY 26 WE LOVE TO LAUGH. Can you lower your stress and feel better together through laughter? Follow cognitve neuroscientist Sophie Scott in her funny presentation about “Why We Laugh” […]
DAY 25 CREATIVITY WITH FRIENDS. Experience the inventive way that video artist Gabriel Barcia-Colombo memorializes life through interactive video sculptures of his friends. Enjoy this off-the-beaten-track birds eye view into […]
DAY 24 WHY CREATIVITY MATTERS. Author of Eat, Pray, Love – Elizabeth Gilbert – shares her thoughts on fear based reactions and gives us strength to keep trying through her […]
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