Brain Health

  • 8/1/2018
    Hobbies are a healthy way to spend some of your leisure time, and picking up new motor skills is good for your brain. But here’s a surprising tip on how to learn something new...
  • 5/26/2018
    Today researchers are exploring how to control and delete memories in humans.  What are the implications and concerns?
  • National Almond Day | Natural Health Blog
    2/7/2018
    Coming right on the heels of the love day, National Almond Day is February 16th. It may not receive anywhere near the same fanfare, but we think you’ll agree that almonds deserve some form of recognition.
  • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) | Natural Health Newsletter
    2/3/2018
    Sparing your children's brains from repetitive trauma may NOT cost them athletically, and it MAY prevent them from being destroyed by CTE.
  • How To Boost Brainpower | Mental Health Blog
    1/3/2018
    What is the number one thing you can do 10 minutes before a test, lecture, speech, or anything that involves brainpower?  Find out...
  • Health Benefits Blueberry Picking | Health Blog
    7/8/2017
    No matter where you live, you can take part in Pick Blueberries Day on July 10th! It is lots of fun, and check out why you want to include blueberries in your diet:
  • Five Great Ways to Increase IQ | Health Blog
    1/30/2017
    If you are tired of brain training games, there are other things you can do that are more surefire ways to smarten up.
  • Why Men Better At Directions Than Women
    12/24/2015
    There are actually brain function differences in the way men and women orient themselves to directions and figure out how to arrive somewhere, with men's outcomes being more effective.
  • Best Sleeping Positions For Health | Sleep Health Blog
    12/8/2015
    While most spinal health experts suggest that we should sleep on our backs, a recent study out of Stony Brook University in New York found a significant advantage to side sleeping.
  • When to Test For Dementia | Health Blog
    11/14/2015
    Women bothered by memory lapses may be at higher risk of developing dementia or other forms of thinking difficulties over time.
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