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Dr. Sherrie All: A neuropsychologist shaping the future of cognitive wellness

Dr. Sherrie All

Sherrie D. All, Ph.D

What is your cur­rent job title and orga­ni­za­tion, and what excites you the most about work­ing there?
I’m the founder of the Chicago Center for Cognitive Wellness and consultant to Mather LifeWays.  What excites me about working at both places is that it enables me to be a pioneer in helping people better understand and take care of their brains. Read the rest of this entry »

Update: From Anti-Alzheimer’s “Magic Bullets” to True Brain Health

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Time for Sharp­Brains’ May 2012 eNewslet­ter, fea­tur­ing in this occasion an OpEd by Dr. Peter Whitehouse and Alvaro Fernandez on the urgency to shift attention and resources From Anti-Alzheimer’s “Magic Bullets” to True Brain Health. Please read, add your two cents, and share!

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Brain Spa Trend: Travel for Mental Fitness

Interesting trend mini-report prepared by InterContinental Hotels Group, quoting SharpBrains data. Trends that will influence 2012 (IHG press release):

“BRAIN SPA: The desire to learn more will influence destination decisions. Brain Spa looks at our growing appetite to expand and keep our intellect in good health – in fact we are prepared to travel for it. Forbes has tipped the market for goods and services that claim to enhance IQ as the next trillion dollar industry and Brain Fitness software is already worth $265 million in the US. The market for goods and services responding to the new demand for mental stimulation is expected to grow between $1 billion to $5 billion by 2015.”

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