Alzheimer’s, a Pain in the Neck

Alzheimer’s, a Pain in the Neck

Please, before anyone launches a scathing attack on me because of the title, hear me out. What I’m saying is that Alzheimer’s is a pain in the neck – not the patient. Alzheimer’s – that type of dementia that wipes clear the best of your memories and your...

Memorie: Reviewed, Revised, Improved

Having stressed, racked and packed our brains, we are pleased to announce that the revolutionary brain training app has been updated and upgraded. Connect your brainwave sensors and boost your memory with Memorie, which is now available on all Apple and Android...

Running Can Improve Memory, Deter Dementia

You may ask, “how to prevent dementia?” The answer is no, you cannot. But you can take calculated steps to reduce the risk of it. Swimming, running, or whatever form or exercise has proved that it makes our brain healthy. A study supports that more substantial changes...

Standing Desks Get Students to Move their Feet and Brains

Scott Baytosh, Head of School at Alexandria Country Day School in Virginia, has been using a standing desk for 10 years. Sitting for hours is not really good for our body and brain. It’s good that some schools are now reviewing their classroom design to consider...
Fun Brain Games For Kids? 3 Proven Ways Helps Your Child

Fun Brain Games For Kids? 3 Proven Ways Helps Your Child

Are there really benefits in fun brain games for kids? A fun brain game could occupy their time, but would it be beneficial for learning? Are the best simulation games just a fun for the brain or are those something that is worth spending? Like every other parent in...

How the Brain Merges the Senses

Have you ever wondered how the brain makes sense of our senses (no pun intended) and react accordingly? I do! These interesting studies give us a good background on how the brain does it.  Given the wealth of multisensory information constantly bombarding us, how does...