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You probably know that physical activity is good for your heart, but did you know that it is extremely beneficial to your brain as well? Research has shown that exercise increases the diameter of the blood vessels that supply blood to the brain, allowing greater delivery of oxygen to your neurons. It can also stimulate the growth of connections between those neurons (known as synapses). These connectors can strengthen many areas of our brain. Read More
I caught the 3rd and final day of The Alzheimer’s Project last night. If you weren’t able to catch it live, here are the links (Caregivers and Momentum in Science Part 2). The Caregivers documentary was especially touching and each Read More
Day 2, yesterday, featured two more pieces of “The Alzheimer’s Project” (Grandpa, do you know who I am? and Momentum in Science), which you can watch online if you missed it or don’t get HBO. The first one was especially Read More
First off, I hope all the Marbles-loving moms out there had a fantastic Mother’s Day! Last night I watched the first of four documentaries in “The Alzheimer’s Project” on HBO, which we mentioned in our May newsletter. The series focuses Read More