Walking Is ‘a Superpower’ That Makes Us Smarter, Healthier and Happier Says Neuroscientist

In a new book, a neuroscientist digs deep into the brain benefits of just walking around.

Four Ways Binge-Watching Television Hurts our Brain

Binge-watching TV shows can create an unhealthy environment for the brain due to social isolation, sleep deprivation and unhealthy eating habits.

Risk Reduction of Cognitive Decline and Dementia WHO Guidelines

  Dementia is a rapidly growing global public…

Can You Grow Your Hippocampus? Yes Here’s how, and why it matters

The hippocampus is a small formation in the middle of the brain responsible for the formation of new memories and is also associated with learning and emotions. Read this article to find out how you can make your hippocampus

Worried About Dementia? Control High Blood Pressure

People, middle-aged and older, often worry about declining memory…

Brain Champions Melodie and Howie Griffin

Not many mothers and young sons are exercise partners which is why you need to meet Melodie and Howie Griffin.

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.

10 Key Facts to Harness Neuroplasticity & Improve Brain Fitness

Based on the analysis of hundreds of scientific and medical articles, these 10 key facts comprise the best advice to help you harness your brain plasticity and prolong your brain health.

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.