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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.

Why Spending Time With Friends Is One of the Best Things You Can Do for Your Health

When it comes to overall well-being and mental health, your social connections are just as important as your physical health says a new study.

Volunteering Is the Best Kept Secret for Mental Health

I noticed how much volunteering was helping with my anxiety and stress, and there’s science to back it up.

Risk Reduction of Cognitive Decline and Dementia WHO Guidelines

  Dementia is a rapidly growing global public…

Memories in the Making: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words.

For persons with dementia, participating in creative endeavors has significant benefits. See how the Memories in the Making program encourages confidence, communication and so much more!

Volunteering: Good for the Community and for You

Whether you make small changes in your neighborhood or launch a campaign to change the world, there are thousands of ways to contribute to society. Volunteering is a do good, feel good activity and it’s no surprise that something that feels so good has proven benefits for brain health.