Archive for Mental Health

Alzheimer’s is 21st-century crisis

Alzheimer’s is 21st-century crisis
Agoura Hills Acorn, CA 

“The best proven prevention strategies are physical activity, mental activity, social activity and good cardiovascular health. The defense mechanism of …”

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Brain Health in sports

Schooled on hard knocks, wrestler educates others on brain injuries
CNN 
“Blows to the head punctuated many of the games and matches in his career, he said. Sometimes he blacked out. “The sky would change colors, or I would see …”

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135000 Youths Suffer Sports-Related Traumatic Brain Injuries Yearly

135000 Youths Suffer Sports-Related Traumatic Brain Injuries Yearly
FOX News -“About 135000 or 65 percent of sports- and recreation-related traumatic brain injuries treated in US emergency rooms each year occur in young people ages 5 …”

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Specific Statin Significantly Reduces Alzheimer’s And Parkinson’s

Specific Statin Significantly Reduces Alzheimer’s And Parkinson’s

Science Daily — “Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have found that the statin, simvastatin, reduces the incidence of Alzheimer’s…”

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Videogames for brain health?

Can you beef up your brain with video games?
MSNBC -Jul 20, 2007
“In 2005, Nintendo struck gaming gold when it created “Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day” for the handheld Nintendo DS game machine. …”

See more at Nintendo BrainAge, Happy Neuron, Lumosity, MyBrainTrainer…

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Train your Brain to Erase Bad Memories

People can train themselves to forget bad memories, study says
Los Angeles Times, CA  Jul 12, 2007
“You can train yourself to remember something and you can train yourself to forget it,” said University of Colorado graduate student Brendan E. Depue, …”

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New mental exercises, games can keep aging minds fit

New mental exercises, games can keep aging minds fit
Arizona Republic, AZ Jun 25, 2007
For Perls, the challenging exercise has been Sudoku. It’s something that meets the important criteria for brain fitness: novel, complex and challenging. Those activities engage the frontal lobe, the CEO of the brain. It’s important to tackle new tasks,

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