Time for SharpBrains’ August e‑newsletter, wrapping up this month’s key brain-related news and studies, and featuring Four “Inside Out” insights to discuss and improve our kids’ emotional lives (and our own).
- With exceptions, moderate coffee drinking may help protect against mild cognitive impairment
- Structural brain differences due to childhood poverty may account for 20% of the academic achievement gap
- Unregulated stress can sabotage your self-control and your diet
- Cell phone use not seen to increase risk of brain tumors among adults
- Growing evidence that brain health requires personalized, multi-pronged interventions
- Improving processing speed seen as key target to help patients with multiple sclerosis
- How Does a Child’s Brain Learn?
- The billion dollar question: Under what conditions can brain training result in real-world benefits?
- Meditation apps help spread the practice
- The Federal Trade Commission challenges brain health claims by Procera AVH dietary supplement
- Stanford University ranked #23 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech Intellectual Property*
- Invention Science Fund ranked #25 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech Intellectual Property*
Finally, a reminder to Save the Date for 2015 SharpBrains Virtual Summit (November 17–19th), where leading experts will discuss Monitoring & Enhancing Brain Health in the Pervasive Neurotechnology Era.
To register with 10% discount, use this code: sharp2015.
Have a great month of September.