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Lori Shemek, PhD Jul 26
Sprinkling mustard powder on broccoli significantly increases the formation of sulforaphane which has been shown to reduce inflammation, protect our brain, boost detox enzymes, protect eyesight and help prevent DNA damage.
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Rethink Depression Jul 23
Emily used to love Photography. But since her depression developed, she finds it impacting her ability to find her focus and connect with her passion. You may have heard this called ‘anhedonia’ – how would you describe it to your doctor?
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WePalaver Jul 9
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Beth Frates, MD Jul 24
Looking for a yummy dessert? Try a bowl of berries. They're full of anti-oxidants. We've known for years that they are good for the brain and may even help prevent age-related memory loss.
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Rethink Depression Jul 16
Emily often has trouble sleeping. She wonders if it could be from more than stress at work – what she doesn’t know is that her insomnia may be an unresolved symptom of her depression. Have you struggled with sleepless nights because of depression?
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Mel Payne Jul 29
For those who think is about being tidy take a look at my 9 year old little girl. She has and is consumed by every minute of the day. Please rt to spread awareness.
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Stoked Superfoods Jul 21
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Kristie Leong M.D. Jul 21
A study found that people who practice have more volume in key areas of the brain that process memories, including portions of the hippocampus. Plus, yoga is an excellent reliever and chronic stress has a negative impact on .
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Lori Shemek, PhD Jul 27
Dementia prevention trials using omega-3 supplementation doses equal or lower to 1 gram per day may have reduced brain effects particularly for APOE4 carriers => Krill Oil can help mitigate this via the phospholipid form of DHA vs. fish oil.
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Dr Paul Kasenene Jul 19
Losing only one night's sleep may increase risk factor for Alzheimer's (a chronic degenerative condition that affects memory and normal mental function) study says Spending many nights awake on Phone, TV or staying out late often could affect
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Diane Grimard Wilson Jul 10
Your coach here. ☺️ I can separate my clients who are walking from those who aren’t w/in 5 min talking with them. Life is better in many ways. We can do this. That’s my mask hanging from my necklace. Wear it around ppl. Still stay 🌷🙏🏻
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Neureka Jul 28
By simply more you can keep your stimulated and ! Researchers found physical activity has been show to increase grey matter volume in the brain in later life
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Anzy Games Jul 29
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BEST Jul 24
Our BEST friend, Dr. Jannine Krause, penned an article exclusive for BEST on the best supplements to support our brains after a brain injury. Thank you, Dr. Krause!
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Kristie Leong M.D. Jul 21
Cognitive rigidity, difficulty seeing things in a new way, isn't conducive or . Look at the world around you with fresh eyes. Find something different or unique in what you see every day. Cultivate a sense of awe & wonder!
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Indira Turney, PhD Jul 27
Excited to share my research TOMORROW during . I look forward to discussing it more at the LIVE chat @ 12:30p-12:55p CDT. Be sure to check out the other talks and posters from the all week!
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The Alzheimer Society of Ireland Jul 22
Did you know that today is World Brain Day? 🧠🧠 Train your brain with new activities to help build new brain cells and strengthen connections between them! For more information on brain health click here:
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Stoked Superfoods Jul 22
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Vernon Williams, MD Jul 14
5 Ways to Protect Your :
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Justin Saruski Jul 31
Feeling stressed? Here are some of the incredible ways that music can help your brain.
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