Understanding how the brain works and taking action on that information can have profound effects on your brain health, and even the quality of the rest of your life.
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Whether you're a baby boomer, thinking about retirement, or just want to keep your mind sharp (no matter how young you are), there's an exciting new way for you to learn how to keep your brain fit for life -- our new podcast, The Be Brain Fit Show.
The more you multitask, the less you are able to learn, concentrate, or be nice to people. Multitasking also stunts emotional intelligence and makes us less creative.
A new, best-selling book by Dr. David Perlmutter about the importance of diet for the brain mirrors our philosophy that you are in charge of your own brain health and that mental decline is totally avoidable.
The US is leading the way in the number of deaths due to brain conditions. Instead of prevention, drugs are promoted as the predominant treatment.
Google CEO Larry Page announced the start of a new company focused on health and well-being, in particular the challenge of aging and associated diseases.