Tag Archive for: neuropsychology

How social connections can improve brain health

Social connections are yet another part of life that contribute to brain health. NAN’s latest video explains why and how.

Former NAN President quoted in Reader’s Digest story about intelligence

A popular magazine published an article about intelligence, and the author turned to a former NAN president for help.

What not to miss at the 43rd annual NAN Conference

The 43rd annual NAN Conference will be packed with informative sessions and research about brain science.

Three decades of fighting for brain health

Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-N.J.) has spent more than three decades fighting for brain health in Congress. Here’s why.

Do brain training games really work?

Brain training games allege they can help people improve cognition and keep their minds sharp. But can they?

Physical activity a key to brain health

Being physically active is critically important for general health, heart health, and brain health, too.

Mourning of the inanimate

Giving care to a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease is never easy. When you’re in your 30s, it’s excruciating.

How today’s world is reshaping your brain

From climate change to mass shootings to war in the Middle East, your brain is trying to cope—and it needs your help.

Music and the brain

Music makes our brains dance. But why? And how? Learn more in this Q&A with Dr. Eric Zillmer.

New Brain Beat podcast features Dr. Tresa Roebuck Spencer

Episode 15 of the NAN Foundation’s “Brain Beat” podcast features a special guest: Dr. Tresa Roebuck Spencer, who is living with brain cancer.