Mesothelioma and the Brain

Mesothelioma and the Brain: How Chemotherapy Can Affect the Brain

 

  Mesothelioma and the Brain Malignant mesothelioma cancer rarely spreads to the brain, but chemotherapy that is most commonly used to treat the disease often […]

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A lost native language may have a lasting effect on the brain

 

  If someone asked you to think back to your earliest memory, you might remember something from when you were three or four. However, a […]

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Young athlete head injury

Mayo brain damage study shows non-professional athletes at risk of degenerative brain disorder

 

  In a recent study published in Sports Illustrated from the Mayo Clinic, a link has been made between contact sports and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or […]

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neurologist undergoes brain surgery for research

Neurologist undergoes brain surgery for research

 

  Neurologist takes self-experimentation to the extreme by installing implants in his own brain for data collection – MIT Technology Review Phil Kennedy, a neurologist […]

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24 year-old wins space competition, dedicates trip to people with mental illness

 

  24-year-old man who won a competition to go to space dedicates his trip to people with mental illness http://ow.ly/VeHmI Hussain Manawer, London native, recently […]

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High fat diets may damage your brain

High-fat diets may damage your brain and contribute to obesity

 

  The holiday season is known for family, friends, and of course, food. A recent study suggests that the high-fat diet associated with the holidays may […]

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New expererimental brain cancer treatment

New Experimental Brain Cancer Treatment

 

  A new, experimental brain cancer treatment is being tested at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. The often terminal cancer affected one couple […]

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Deteccion del TDAH

ADHD Detection may help diagnosis

 

  A recent study led by researchers at Yale University show that it is possible to tell if someone has ADHD or not, just by […]

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Where do we taste from?

 

  When we bite into a fresh strawberry we may taste a various different flavors. Sweet, sour, and maybe even bitter may be among these […]

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Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

 

 National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month – 5 Facts You Need to Know People with Alzheimer’s disease experience devastating physical and emotional challenges, as the abilities to […]

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A regra do jobo

Brazilian actor Alexander Nero learns about Multiple Sclerosis for a project

 

   Bringing awareness to MS Portuguese actor Alexandre Nero recently took on a role of a man living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The film The Rules […]

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Research report explores the cognitive assessment and training market that will be worth 7.5 billion USD by 2020 - WhaTech

Research report explores the cognitive assessment and training market that will be worth 7.5 billion USD by 2020 – WhaTech

 

  The report “Cognitive Assessment and Training Market by Assessment Type (Pen & Paper Based, Hosted, Biometrics), Service, Application (Clinical Trials, Classroom Learning, Brain Training, […]

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Brain Games Mental Fitness, Fun, or Both AT&T Thread

Brain Games: Mental Fitness, Fun, or Both? | AT&T Thread

 

  In the article on AT&T Thread, brain games and brain traning is questioned. By understanding what these applications do, we can better understand how […]

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CogniFit now available in Dutch

The CogniFit brain training app for iPhone has just been released in Dutch

 

  Check the app on the Dutch App Store. Ontdek de nieuwe CogniFit hersenfitnessmobiele applicatie nu beschikbaar voor uw iPhone! Hersentraining kan u helpen met […]

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How can packing be training your brain?

How packing is an easy way to assess our brain performance

 

 Carlos Rodriguez, CogniFit CTO explains how packing is an easy to assess brain performance. On the Spanish radio show “Hoy por hoy” on Cadena Ser, […]

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Happy 4th of July!

 

 Happy 4th of July from the CogniFit Team! We wish you a you a fun, safe, healthy and happy 4th of July celebration. May the […]

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CogniFit helps Veterans

CogniFit Helps Veterans Again

 

 Case Western Reserve University conducts cognitive studies to help Veterans using CogniFit for Researchers platform.

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Solving the Brain Fitness Puzzle Is the Key to Self-Empowered Aging SharpBrains

Solving the Brain Fitness Puzzle Is the Key to Self-Empowered Aging | SharpBrains

 

 Solving the Brain Fitness Puzzle Is the Key to Self-Empowered Aging | SharpBrains Kelly, age 75, has been retired for a while. She stopped exer­cis­ing […]

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The Carroll School uses CogniFit to help with Dyslexia

The Carroll School, one of the top schools for dyslexia, uses CogniFit with its students

 

  The Carroll School uses the CogniFit brain training platform in its program to empower children with dyslexia. Check ou the CogniFit for Schools platform!

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CogniFit app available in Spanish for iPhone

CogniFit Brain Fitness for iPhone is now available in Spanish

 

   CogniFit Brain Fitness for iPhone is now available in Spanish. Los ejercicios cerebrales de CogniFit para iPhone ya están disponibles en español. Apple Store

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CogniFit's school platform is now available in Brazil

The CogniFit for Schools platform is now available in Brazil

 

   The CogniFit for Schools platform is now available in Brazil after much success in North America and Western Europe. CogniFit provides teachers with a […]

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CogniFit launched CogniFit for Researchers

CogniFit launched CogniFit for Researchers

 

  CogniFit launched CogniFit for Researchers, a new brain research tool specifically designed for researchers interested in conductingexperimental studies on the effects of computerized cognitive […]

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