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  • Beginning healthy habits as kids may make it easier to continue them as an adult. If you work with kids, you can help shape positive habits!

  • Research has shown that exposure to nature may positively impact cognitive performance for people of all ages.

  • In this article, we’ll focus on why childhood aphasia occurs, the different types, and how it may be treated through cognitive therapy.

  • With the ever-growing popularity of video games, there have been concerns about how they affect cognition, particularly for children and teens. Some primary concerns are whether video games may cause behavioral issues such as increased aggression. So

  • Both men and women will experience depression at some point in their lifetime, but men experience depression differently than what is included in the current diagnostic criteria. In this blog post, we discuss 5 things that you may not know about depr

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can be very detrimental to one’s health and wellbeing. Brain injury commonly causes individuals to have cognitive, mental health, and physical complications. TBIs can be caused by contact sports injuries, motor vehicle

  • Menopause is known for physical and emotional side effects, however, the impact on cognition is often overlooked.

  • Testosterone is a hormone that plays a significant role in the human body. How do low testosterone levels affect cognition?

  • When a woman reaches her late 40s or 50s, a natural decline in reproductive hormones begins the cycle of menopause. After 12 months without a menstrual cycle, a woman is officially in the state of menopause. During this uncomfortable time many experi