Read about current brain news and leading brain research in our latest monthly brain digest.
More Proof That Brain Training Helps Combat Dementia
Findings from an Australian study indicates that brain training can enhance memory and mood in older adults who suffer from mild cognitive impairment. Discover their findings!
Brain Training Games Help Lower ‘Chemobrain’ Issues
Researchers at the University of Sydney have discovered that brain training games involving focus, memory and visual abilities lower chemotherapy-induced neurological issues (“chemofog” or “chemobrain”) in cancer patients. Read more about their fascinating study.
Is It Better for Your Brain to Give Than Receive?
Does holiday gift shopping stress you out? Take heart, the act of giving is good for your brain and your overall life expectancy! Countless studies indicate that the act of giving is good for your brain, mood, health and overall longevity. Find out why and get into the holiday spirit!
Christmas Spirit & Your Brain!
Are you one of those people who can’t wait to put up Christmas decorations right after Thanksgiving? Or are you a Scrooge? Scientists have discovered that people who like Christmas have different brain activity than those who ‘bah humbug’ during the holidays. Their research is preliminary but they hope there might be a cure for all Scrooges one day. Read this festive brain news and get your holiday cheer on!
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