5 Ways We Can Begin Taking Preventative Measures Today To Improve Brain Fitness
This study was one of the catalysts for other researchers to begin exploring just how malleable the brain truly is, and how brain performance can be improved through deliberate practice. Combine these two categories of brain health—diagnosable diseases and “brain fitness”—and suddenly a new conversation has risen: can neuroplasticity-based brain training and related research-to-practice innovation actually impact mental health, help improve people’s lives, and finally, have a significant impact on the associated economic issues. BrainFutures thinks so. BrainFutures 2017, a conference set for September 6-7, in Washington, DC, is devoted to spreading awareness of the latest evidence-based advancements in brain fitness and treatment technologies that can, and are, making an impact today. BrainFutures’ lens will be focused on three key areas of interest to most people: · How is our understanding of brain plasticity transforming learning outcomes, and what are the innovative programs in schools that are helping kids succeed? · What should we know about steps we can take to maintain brain capacity and performance as we age? · How are advances in the use of technology (such as games and magnetic brain stimulation) and knowledge about the positive impact of diet, meditation and exercise impacting treatment outcomes for mental illness and addiction? BrainFutures 2017 will bring together industry pioneers, experts and brain he...
Contributors : King L Hung ; Kathryn E Yost ; Liangqi Xie ; Quanming Shi ; Konstantin Helmsauer ; Jens Luebeck ; Robert Sch öpflin ; Joshua T Lange ; Rocio Chamorro ; Natasha E Weiser ; Celine Chen ; Maria E Valieva ; Ivy Tsz-Lo Wong ; Sihan Wu ; Siavash R Dehkordi ; Connor V Duffy ; Katerina Kraft ; Jun Tang ; Julia A Belk ; John C Rose ; M R Corces ; Jeffrey M Granja ; Utkrisht Rajkumar ; Jordan Friedlein ; An indya Bagchi ; Ansuman T Satpathy ; Robert Tijan ; Stefan Mundlos ; Vineet Bafna ; Anton G Henssen ; Paul S Mischel ; Zhe Liu ; Howard Y ChangSeries Type : Expression profiling by high throughput sequencingOrg...
New J. Chem., 2021, Advance Article DOI: 10.1039/D1NJ03038H, PaperMehmet Oguz, Berna Dogan, Serdar Durdagi, Asif Ali Bhatti, Serdar Karakurt, Mustafa Yilmaz Although quercetin is an effective bioactive compound preventing the progress of several human cancers, its impact is reduced due to low bioavailability. To cite this article before page numbers are assigned, use the DOI form of citation above. The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry
Prolonged exposure to the blue-tinted light in LED bulbs has been linked to cataracts, insomnia and fatigue. NSF-funded researchers at the University of Houston are working to reduce the amount of blue light generated by LED bulbs, improving our sleep and protecting our eyes as well. Learn more ...This is an NSF Multimedia Gallery item.
Adverse childhood experiences, including abuse and neglect, are tied to neurologic disorders in adulthood ― as well as to comorbidities, anxiety, and depression.Medscape Medical News
I talked about about my ADHD in my personal statement. It's not the main focus, but I used it as an introductory point that sets the path to discuss cultural stigmas against mental health care, my desire to work with families, and the work ethic/skills I've developed as a result of my ADHD. Am I playing a dangerous game? There is a part of me that worries that this may raise a red flag to potential programs. Des anyone here have any thoughts? Thanks everyone!
Although more Californians than ever had health insurance in 2020, disparities in access to health care among the state ’s racial and ethnic groups was magnified during a year of unprecedented challenges and changes.Those are among the key findings of the latestCalifornia Health Interview Survey, which is conducted by theUCLA Center for Health Policy Research. The survey included responses from 22,661 California households, including 21,949 adults, 1,365 adolescents and 3,548 children.“This is one of the most important data releases in the survey’s 20-year history because it sheds light on how impactful t...
October visits help celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Conclusion Results may assist clinicians in aiming exercise programs toward increasing hip and potentially core strength, thus improving balance to promote better mobility for individuals with a lower-limb amputation.
Conclusions This case study suggests that the new prosthesis provides removable and adaptable component; further, it delivers a comfortable sitting experience because of its new socket design and knee joint flexion. Clinical Relevance Patient satisfaction is better with TF prosthesis than with orthoprosthesis. TF prosthesis is more cosmetic than orthoprosthesis, provides a symmetrical gait pattern, decreases donning and doffing durations, and there is no uncomfortable protrusion when sitting (due to amputation of the foot and leg part).
Ongoing complications following SARS-CoV-2 infection are associated with increased risk for mortality and treatment cessation.Medscape Medical News
More News: Addiction | ADHD | Alzheimer's | Anxiety | Beta-Carotene | Brain | Brain Cancers | Cancer | Cancer & Oncology | Cardiology | Cardiovascular | Children | Coconut Oil | Computers | Conferences | Depression | Diabetes | Economy | Endocrinology | Harvard | Health Management | Heart | Insomnia | Learning | Lutein | Men | Neurology | Neuroscience | Nutmeg | Nutrition | Peaches | PET Scan | Psychiatry | Respiratory Medicine | Science | Sleep Disorders | Sleep Medicine | Sports Medicine | Study | Training | Universities & Medical Training | Urology & Nephrology | Websites | Zeaxanthin