How to bring back a memory.

Some Tips from Harvard Health Details of significant experiences from decades ago may still be available if you can coax them out of your memory. Sometimes memories of certain experiences remain crystal clear for life, like the moment you said “I do,” or...

Why Your Brain Feels Broken

Pandemic stress and multitasking can affect memory in a real way. I don’t know how else to put it, but lately it seems like my brain is broken. I’m not functioning with the mental quickness I’m used to. I find myself struggling to locate words I want to use, like...

Just the Right Amount of Stress.

By Timi Gustafson, R.D. Being regularly overworked and stressed out likely leads to health problems long-term, but feeling bored or having too much time on your hands can also have negative effects, a government-sponsored study from Germany on health and safety issues...

Brain Awareness Month – March Updates.

March is Brain Month. All over the world, people like you are thinking about the way their brain works and what can be done to guard against memory loss. You’ve already taken important steps in this direction and below we bring you more quick reminders....

Does Outlook on Life Influence Longevity?

By Timi Gustafson, R.D. That staying physically and mentally fit is important for healthy aging is old news. But how our attitudes can also influence how long we live is not as well understood. Now, a study  from England concluded that being happy, enjoying life, or...