Aug 23, 2016 0
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Aug 9, 2016 0
Please answer this question and a few other to help us better understand your thoughts and beliefs about brain health, and how we may be able to serve you better (should take no more than 5 minutes to complete it):
Apr 13, 2016 2
When I was 10 years old, I hated doing the dishes. In an attempt to talk my parents out of making me do this hated chore, I pretended to be ill by hanging my head, sighing, sniffling, and walking lethargically to my bedroom, all to no avail—I still had to do those dishes.
But, the next day, I woke up with the flu —a 104-degree fever and stomach pains to match. Boy, were my parents surprised! And, so was I. But, how many of us have had similar experiences, where our minds seemed to somehow impact our bodies in weird, unexplainable ways? How many of us have made doctors’ appointments only to watch our fevers drop or held our children close and stopped their coughing fits? Clearly, something is going on, isn’t it? Read the rest of this entry »
Dec 22, 2015 0
Pioneers advancing health research, prevention and treatment helped us understand emerging best practices where Read the rest of this entry »
Dec 16, 2015 0
Take-aways from 2015 SharpBrains Virtual Summit (Neurotech News):
“In November (17th-19th) SharpBrains held its Virtual Summit about “Monitoring & Enhancing Brain Health in the Pervasive Neurotechnology Era.” The SharpBrains Virtual Summit is, as you might guess, a virtual (online) conference…The virtual summit had it’s own division of topics for grouping the different speakers (see agenda), but I’ll break it down in a different way here. I’ll break it down into the following 4 main categories:
Alvaro Fernandez started the conference by reminding us that we should keep in mind not to look at the field and the market as it is today, but how it will be in couple years from now. As illustrated beautifully in Read the rest of this entry »
Oct 23, 2015 0
Please consider joining us at SharpBrains’ upcoming virtual conference (November 17-19th), which will include this fantastic session:
Pioneers advancing health research, prevention and treatment will help us understand emerging best practices where targeted assessments and interventions can transfer into significant health and quality of life outcomes.
Sep 2, 2015 0
Accuracy of dementia brain imaging must improve (University of East Anglia release):
“A report published today in The Lancet Neurology evaluates for the first time how well different types of brain imaging tests work to detect Alzheimer’s and predict how the disease will progress.
The results show that the accuracy of brain imaging must be improved before it can be rolled out Read the rest of this entry »