Sep 26, 2014 Comments Off on Update: Let’s transform brain health from “suffer-in-silence” to “let-me-take-control”
Time for our September 2014 e-newsletter, featuring a wealth of insights and innovations reports…including four thought-provoking interviews with Sponsors of the 2014 SharpBrains Virtual Summit (October 28-30th). Enjoy!
New perspectives at the frontier of Brain, Health & Innovation:
- Barbara Arrowsmith Young: Every kid should practice stress reduction and targeted cognitive exercises at school
- Michael Meagher (Cogniciti): Let’s transform brain health from “suffer-in-silence” to “let-me-take-control”
- Itamar Lesuisse (Peak): My interest in brain training stemmed from my own inadequacies
- Silvia Damiano (About my Brain Institute): Why not democratise access to neuroscience?
- School-based programs to enhance resilience and emotional/ cognitive flexibility
- The next in wearables: Harnessing EEG for “the masses” to track and enhance mind fitness
- Three Ways to Bring Mindfulness Into Therapy
- General Motors to adopt eye, head-tracking technology to reduce distracted driving
- To build a healthier future, let’s empower and equip individuals to be in control of their well-being
- A new psychosocial treatment for Inattentive ADHD
- Long-term use of anxiety and sleeping pills can increase Alzheimer’s risk
- From anti-depressant “magic pills” towards targeted combination of medications and cognitive therapy
- The brain benefits of learning and speaking a second language
Finally, you may want to try this brain teaser to test your multi-tasking abilities…and, if you are interested in all these topics for professional reasons, please consider joining us at the 2014 SharpBrains Virtual Summit (October 28-30th) — you can register with a 10% discount using promotional code: sharp2014
Have a great month of October!