We had a great event last Thursday in London to discuss the future of applied neuroscience and gaming. Thank you, Brainbow/ Peak team, for hosting us, and Strategic North for helping promote it! Read the rest of this entry »
By: Dr. Bill Klemm
Despite the increasing visual media we are increasingly exposed to, reading is still an important skill. Whether it is school textbooks, online newspapers or regular books, people still read, though not as much as they used to. One reason that many people don’t read much is that they don’t read well. For them, Read the rest of this entry »
Alzheimer’s Cases Severely Underestimated in Developing Nations (Bloomberg):
“Alzheimer’s cases are greatly underestimated in East Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa and Colombia, researchers said, which may lead to poor policy making and inadequate health-care services. Read the rest of this entry »
Hard Evidence We Can Slow Alzheimer’s By Exercising The Body And The Mind (Forbes):
“Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most feared diagnoses among patients…once the disease has been diagnosed, there is nothing modern medicine can do to stop it.
But it can be slowed, and a new study presented Read the rest of this entry »
New vision app keeps baseball players’ eye on the ball (CBS News):
“Andriese and Chavez were among the 19 members of the baseball team at the University of California Riverside taking part in an experiment. The goal: training their brain to see better. The players spent Read the rest of this entry »
By: Alvaro Fernandez
Please consider Linda, a 31-year-old woman, single and bright. When she was a student, in high school and in college too, she was deeply involved in social justice issues, and also participated in environmental protests. Which is more probable about Linda’s occupation today? Read the rest of this entry »
By: Greater Good Magazine
Medical professionals are burdened daily with the pain and suffering of patients. Many work long hours, and regularly face stressful situations. This burden does not come without consequence: 60 percent of physicians report having experienced burnout at some point in their careers.
Mindfulness courses designed to help health care workers Read the rest of this entry »