Author: DynamicBrain Inc.
Publication: Monthly Newsletter
Published Date: May 17, 2018
We are absolutely thrilled to have BrainHQ showcased at the Canadian Museum of Nature's Brain The Inside Story special exhibition in Ottawa! Backed by more than 100 published scientific papers, brain training by BrainHQ shows benefits from cognitive skills (like better memory and faster processing) to real-world abilities (like safer driving and a lower chance of depressive symptoms) to physical brain changes (like healthier white matter and more coordinated neurons).
If you are an Ottawa resident or visiting Canada’s Capital, please join us on June 9th and 10th for an interactive demonstration of our program and discover more of what this amazing Museum offers you!
Not a regular user of BrainHQ yet? Please feel free to try our Daily Spark here.
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Kind regards,Frieda Fanni
DynamicBrain Inc. is the Canadian partner of Posit Science Corporation providing brain fitness program BrainHQ in English and French.
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