It’s time for SharpBrains monthly e‑newsletter, starting in this occasion with an important article by Duke University’s Dr. David Rabiner raising concerns about the growing non-medical use of ADHD drugs.
- Do ADHD drugs really help college students without ADHD?
- Mindfully debunking four meditation myths
- Cognitive training & remediation works, especially in schizophrenia and healthy aging
- Neurotechnology pioneers, please design with the end-user in mind
- FDA clears deep transcranial magnetic stimulation device to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder
- DARPA paving the way for a future brain-based Internet
- Perspective: There’s no epidemic of anxiety disorders among teenagers
- New book explores nine lives impacted by rare brain disorders
Last but not least, as you probably know September is World Alzheimer’s Month. We’d like to help improve public knowledge about brain health and Alzheimer’s risk factors by making The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness: How to Optimize your Brain Health and Performance at Any Age easier to access and read.
From tomorrow Saturday, September 29th, until Monday, October 1st, we’ll be running a Kindle Countdown Deal via Amazon in which you can order the book with discounts of up to 90%.
We hope you enjoy the book and it helps you protect your most important asset: your amazing human brain.
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Have a great month of October,
The SharpBrains Team