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get some fucking sleep

Okay, we’re going to ease into Monday, everyone’s least favorite day, with a simple command to make your life and your brain better: Get. Some. Fucking. 990 more words

Food & Fitness After 50: Unlocking the MIND Diet

While there is no one best diet for those over the age of 50, in Food & Fitness After 50, we highlight four healthy eating plans that can work for just about everyone. 1,556 more words

Food & Fitness After 50

Mental health & PhD - a personal experience

Our mental health matters!
This week we publish a contribution written by Jana Schepers about her experience with mental health issues during the PhD. The topic, which is being brought to the attention by several studies and surveys (e.g. 850 more words


Supplements Touting Brain Benefits May Contain Unauthorized Ingredient

Lisa Rapaport wrote . . . . . . . . .

Many supplements marketed for brain health may contain piracetam, an ingredient not proven effective for preventing or easing dementia or cognitive impairment and not approved for sale in the U.S., researchers say. 442 more words

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Stress and the Brain

According to the American Psychological Association, stress appears to be a major American health issue. About one-third of adults say that over the past year their stress has increased. 1,491 more words


Medical Perspectives: "Stroke - The Doctor As Patient" (The Lancet)

From a The Lancet online article:

As a consultant, I had profoundly failed to appreciate the experience of fatigue and apathy among patients. More than excessive tiredness, the fatigue was overwhelming, turning simple activities into insurmountable, exhausting challenges. 233 more words


Inferring Cognition vs. Testing Cognition: Dr. Rhoda Au talks Accelerating Innovation and Discovery through a Precision Brain Health Approach

On November 20, 2019, Boston University (BU)’s Rhoda Au, PhD, joined the Institute on Aging for a Visiting Scholars Series lecture titled “The Path to Zero is One: Accelerating Innovation and Discovery through a Precision Brain Health Approach.” 641 more words

Aging Well