brain health

Resolve Failing Already? 3 Smart Things You Can Do Right Now to Boost Willpower | January 2017

What was it you resolved to do better this year? Get more exercise, meditate more, or just learn to say “no” more often? How’s that going so far? Chances [...]

Through the Seasons Program Featured in JAA Article on Making the Most of Unstructured Time in Memory Care

How can we make the most of unstructured time when working with or caring for someone with memory loss? The current issue of the Journal of Active Aging addresses [...]

September 2014 | Science Update

Something Else to Feel Anxious About: Anti-Anxiety Meds May Increase Alzheimer’s Risk What: A recent study out of Quebec found that individuals who reported using chronic use of benzodiazepines [...]

Flavors of Fall: Autumn Activities that Engage Our Brains

Here on the east coast, school is back in session and it is already beginning to feel like fall. While it seems the summer flew by, there is something [...]

Summer 2014 | Science Update

The Summer 2014 Science Updates focus on cutting edge research reported at this year's Alzheimer's Association International Conference, held this past July in Copenhagen.  The summaries below were written [...]

Want Cutting Edge Brain Health Science? Try This Hot New Trend Now!

Watch out – a recently released study is certain to start a hot new trend in brain fitness. Your clients will clamor for it; you will spend hours trying [...]

June 2014 | Science Update

This summer we are proud to feature Science Updates written by our awesome summer interns. June’s updates focus on recent findings about nutrition and long-term dementia risk. Can Nuts [...]