You may think people are born with innate talent and creative personalities. It just isn’t so. Everyone, throughout life, can learn how to become more creative and imaginative.
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A Concordia University study shows there are everyday simple steps you can take to keep your brain healthy. Make this change in your life and you can significantly slow down grey-matter aging in your brain.
Do you want to improve a skill, such as how to juggle, finger the notes in a G chord, learn to drive a stick shift or speak French? The problem is most practiced physical actions hit a peak performance after a certain level of mastery. The first time you do something, you use the frontal […]
When children and adolescents participate in the recommended level of physical activity — at least 60 minutes daily — multiple health benefits occur. Most youths, however, do not engage in recommended levels of physical activity. Regular physical activity builds healthy bones and muscle, reduces the risk for developing chronic disease, improves self-esteem, and so much more.
The eight hour work day lends itself to a lot of sitting. We know movement is better for your health than staying idle but now scientists want to know whether taking a break from sitting makes you think better.
During the holiday season, many of us are preoccupied with setting goals, forming new habits and affirming resolutions for the New Year. Following through with these self-promises is not always easy considering how much the brain loves routine over novelty. Don’t get stuck in a rut. Follow this advice to change up the way your brain thinks and to get a leg up when it comes to accomplishing your goals.
Based on the analysis of hundreds of scientific and medical articles, these 10 key facts comprise the best advice to help you harness your brain plasticity and prolong your brain health.
Numerous studies show there is one thing you can do throughout life to minimize cognitive decline. What is it? Read on and find out.
Loneliness, an undesirable social condition, has links to cognitive health risks.
Listening to music is a great way to stimulate the brain and promote brain health. Members of the Musical Minds Choir couldn’t agree more.