A Lifestyle Change Could Keep Your Brain Young

A Concordia University study shows there are everyday simple steps you can take to keep your brain healthy. Make this change in your life and you can significantly slow down grey-matter aging in your brain.

Get Your Children Moving - It May Just Improve Their Grades

When children and adolescents participate in the recommended level of physical activity — at least 60 minutes daily — multiple health benefits occur. Most youths, however, do not engage in recommended levels of physical activity. Regular physical activity builds healthy bones and muscle, reduces the risk for developing chronic disease, improves self-esteem, and so much more.

There's Even More Evidence That One Type of Exercise is the Closest Thing to a Miracle Drug That We Have

Numerous studies show there is one thing you can do throughout life to minimize cognitive decline. What is it? Read on and find out.

Good Cardiovascular Health is Good Brain Health

Run for your heart and run for your brain because aerobic exercise gets your heart pumping and your brain thinking.

More Proof That Exercise Boosts Brain Power

Exercise isn't just good for your body. All that moving helps your mind too!

Brain Benefits of Exercise Diminish After Short Rest

Your muscles might need a rest from a hard workout, but your brain does not. Before you skip out on your next exercise session, read this article and think about how your brain might be affected by inactivity.

10 Ways to Work Brain Health into the Workplace

Recharge your mental batteries by slipping some exercise and stress reduction strategies into your hectic work day.

The Mind-Exercise Connection: Part 2

Are you surprised that exercise is as important to brain health as it is to boosting your heart health and physique? Research highlights the benefits of aerobic exercise on the brain and you can read all about it in the article, "The Mind-Exercise Connection: Part 2."

The Mind-Exercise Connection: Part 1

Aerobic activity boosts brain power in extraordinary ways, so step up your exercise regime and your brain will thank you.

Make Family Time, Work Out Time

Double the benefits of sharing precious time with those you love while engaging in activities that are healthy. Get moving with these fun activities and encourage your family to get active right along with you.