Chocolate and your Brain.

Chocolate and your Brain.

Recently, Dr. Robert H. Shmerling found out a surprising piece of trivia. Places where chocolate consumption is highest have the most Nobel Prize recipients! (Read the study) Is it possible that intelligence or other measures of high brain function are actually...
Sometimes, it takes all day …..

Sometimes, it takes all day …..

Have fun with this ‘oldie’ sent to us by Heather Syminton: A A A D D – Age Activated Attention Deficit Disorder. (Just joking!) This is how it manifests: I decide to water my garden. As I turn on the hose in the driveway, I look over at my car and...
The ‘Yes, But’ Tactic

The ‘Yes, But’ Tactic

The research is clear. Exercise is a breakthrough medicine. It enhances the health of brains and bodies. It improves neuroplasticity and learning. It helps us delay, avoid or manage many health issues both mental and physical. What’s more, we don’t need research to...
How to Archive your Life Story. Pt 3

How to Archive your Life Story. Pt 3

Keeping archives takes time, space, planning and room. Is there another way to tell your life story? Or parts of it? Family Archivist, Rosalba Finnerty concludes her series and includes tips and suggestions for digital storage from the U.S. Library of Congress. Two...
Do Brain Exercises Help with Dementia?

Do Brain Exercises Help with Dementia?

One of our Brain Tuners asked this question and I thought many of you would be interested in Memory Specialist, Dr Allison Lamont’s answer. Today I found out that my friend has dementia. Would it be worthwhile for her to do some ‘brain tuning...
How to Archive your Life Story. Pt 2

How to Archive your Life Story. Pt 2

Every household has its treasures. Schoolbooks, clippings, old bills, cards and letters tell the stories of individuals and families. Personal papers and images are symbols of who we are. BUT Which of them should we keep? Which items fill in the details? And which...
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