Author: DynamicBrain Inc.
Publication: Monthly Newsletter
Published Date: November 29, 2012
BREAKING NEWS! We are pleased to announce that DynamicBrain has partnered with Posit Science Corporation, the leading provider of clinically proven brain fitness programs, to bring BrainHQ to Canada. Press Release.
BrainHQ exercises are scientifically designed to boost your productivity, mental awareness, memory, and processing speed through fun and engaging online exercises!
In order to help Canadians of all ages stay in peak cognitive condition, DynamicBrain will be donating 10% of all sales until Christmas to a charity supporting our vision of a healthy life - consisting of a healthy body and a healthy mind.
BrainHQ is available online for just $10/month or $99/year, and will be a priceless Christmas gift to yourself, your children, parents, grandparents and people you care about.
Please visit www.brainhq.ca and try out some of our core free exercises including People Skills!
I would deeply appreciate it if you could spread the word - when you make a commitment to the health of your brain, we'll also make a commitment to the health of our community!
Teenage Girls and Anxiety
Teenage girls are more likely to struggle with anxiety and depression if they were exposed to stress as babies. Read more.
Effects of Isolation on Brain
New research shows that long periods of isolation can affect the part of the brain responsible for complex emotional and cognitive behavior. Learn more.
Hear the Brain Play Music
Scientists turn brain waves into music - this is amazing, don't miss it! Listen here
& Read here.
Cellphone and Fetal Brain Impact
Cellphone radiation exposure during pregnancy impacts fetal brain development and may cause hyperactivity - Yale School of Medicine researchers say. Read more.
Feed Your Brain Well!
"The Alzheimer's Prevention Cookbook: Recipes to Boost Brain Health," empowers readers to think and cook in a way that can reduce Alzheimer's, dementia & memory loss. Watch here.
Just in Time for Christmas!
The makers of a brain-powered helicopter are hoping to fundamentally change the way we think about toys. Scroll down and click on the fourth image to watch
Book of the Month
Thinking, Fast and Slow, by Daniel Kahneman
In Thinking Fast and Slow, selected by the New York Times Book Review as one of the Best Books of 2011, Daniel Kahneman describes two coexisting thinking systems in our brains: the "fast" system, responsible for our intuitive, impressionistic thoughts, and the "slow" system, responsible for our deliberate, effortful thinking. Why does our slow system so often get overruled by our fast system-even at the expense of logic and (sometimes) success and happiness? Kahneman's masterpiece illuminates the answer to this question and many more to give the reader a better understanding of just how he or she thinks.
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