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1.30.18 Tom Brady Uses Brain Exercises Designed for People with Brain Impairments to Improve His Function and it Blew Away the Scientists Who Created Them (Business Insider) - Read Article

1.25.18 U.S. Armed Forces Offer Brain Training to Personnel: Interview (Digital Journal) - Read Article

1.25.18 Sterling Heights Incorporates Brain Training Software Into Program for Seniors (Library Journal) - Read Article

1.24.18 US Military Offers BrainHQ Brain Training to All Personnel (App Developer Magazine) - Read Article

1.10.18 'Speed Training' May Help Ward Off Dementia (U.S. News & World Report) - Read Article

1.4.18 Brain-Computer Interfaces Sound Like the Stuff of Science Fiction. Andrew Palmer Sorts The Reality From The Hype (The Economist) - Read Article

12.10.17 Cognitive Training to Battle 'Chemobrain': Interview (Digital Journal) - Read Article

12.10.17 How Brain Training is Effective Against 'Chemobrain': Interview (Digital Journal) - Read Article

12.4.17 Indiana University Researchers Making Advancements in Alzheimer’s and Dementia Treatment, Lowering Risk of Disease (News-Sentinel) - Read Article

12.4.17 This Play-at-Home Game Could Slash Dementia Risk (AARP) - Read Article 

11.22.17 Train Your Brain to Create a Fitter Body (Sydney Morning Herald) - Read Article

11.22.17 Cognitive Training App Shows Promise for Dementia (iMedicalApps) - Read Article

11.22.17 Visual Processing Training Shown to Protect Against Dementia (Wired) - Read Article

11.18.17 Computer Brain Training May Cut Dementia Risk by 29% (Times of India via IANsLive) - Read Article

11.18.17 Computer Brain Training May Cut Dementia Risk by 29% (India.com via IANsLive) - Read Article

11.18.17 Computer Brain Training May Cut Dementia Risk by 29% (IANsLive) - Read Article

11.18.17 New Brain Training Computer Game ‘Reduces the Risk of Dementia by a Third’ - Read Article

11.17.17 'Brain Training' Program May Help Prevent Dementia, Scientists Say (UPI) - Read Article

11.17.17 Could New 'Brain Training' Program Help Prevent Dementia? (US News & World Report via HealthDay) - Read Article

11.17.17 Could New 'Brain Training' Program Help Prevent Dementia? (Philadelphia Inquirer via HealthDay) - Read Article

11.17.17 Could New 'Brain Training' Program Help Prevent Dementia? (Health via HealthDay) - Read Article

11.17.17 Could New 'Brain Training' Program Help Prevent Dementia? (HealthDay) - Read Article

11.17.17 Computer Brain Training Cuts Dementia Risk (The Australian via Australian Associated Press) - Read Article

11.17.17 Computer Brain Training Cuts Dementia Risk (Australian Associated Press) - Read Article

11.17.17 Computer Brain Training May Reduce Dementia Risk by Nearly Thirty Percent (Daily Telegraph) - Read Article

11.16.17 Study: Mental Quickness Exercises Can Lower Risk of Dementia (Tampa Bay Times) - Read Article

11.16.17 Brain Training Computer Game 'Reduces Risk of Dementia by Almost a Third' (Daily Mirror) - Read Article

11.16.17 New Research Finds THIS Brain Game Can Guard Against Dementia (Prevention) - Read Article

11.16.17 Brain Training Game Can 'Reduce Dementia Risk' Say Scientists in Controversial Claim (International Business Times) - Read Article

11.16.17 Study: Computer Game Can Reduce Risk of Dementia (News Channel 9) - Read Article

11.16.17 Brain-Training Game That Reduces Dementia Risk by 29% is The First to Prevent the Condition, 10-Year Study Reveals (Daily Mail) - Read Article

11.16.17 Dementia Breakthrough? Brain-Training Game 'Significantly Reduces Risk' (Medical News Today) - Read Article

11.16.17 Revising the Results of Last Year’s Study, Posit Science Still Effectively Combats Dementia (TechCrunch) - Read Article

11.03.17 Improving Bipolar Disorder with Computers (Australian Medical Association) - Read Article

10.31.17 Tom Brady Uses Brain Exercises Designed for People with Brain Impairments to Improve His Function and it Blew Away the Scientists Who Created Them (Business Insider) - Read Article

10.31.17 - Tom Brady's Most Dangerous Game (ESPN Magazine) - Read Article

10.20.17 Computerized Brain Training Tackles Bipolar Disorder: Interview (Digital Journal) - Read Article

10.20.17 Brain Training Boosts Cognition in Bipolar Disorder (Medscape) - Read Article

10.12.17 PODCAST: NFL Stars Stuck On Sidelines (AP Pro32 Podcast) - Listen Here

9.19.17 Learn to Work Out Like Tom Brady in His Book That Comes Out Tuesday (USA Today) - Read Article

9.17.17 The Secrets To Being Tom Brady Are Pricey Supplements, No Tomatoes Or Fries (Buzzfeed) - Read Article

9.14.17 Who Regulates All These Health-Related Apps? (Healthline) - Read Article

9.07.17 Tom Brady’s Secret to Staying Sharp — Brain Games (WHDH-TV) - Watch Segment

8.30.17 Cognitive Computer Games May Ward Off Decline In Brain Function In The Elderly (WCBS-TV) - Watch Segment

8.29.17 - Does Brain Training Work? (Senior Planet) – Read Article

8.21.17 This Is The Only Type Of Brain Training That Works, According To Science (Fast Company) - Read Article

8.11.17 Neuroplasticity: Improve Brain Function (RadioMD - Wellness Today) - Listen to Interview

8.10.17 Wearable Claims To Help People Lose Body Fat Without Dieting (International Business Times) - Read Article

7.28.17 Working on Puzzles Can Help Your Brain Feel ‘10 Years Younger’ (Healthline) - Read Article

7.25.17 Want a Brain That's 10 Years Younger? Here's What Science Has to Say (Inc.) - Read Article

7.23.17 Brain Training (Stumbling in Flats) - Read Article

6.20.17 The Future of Mental Health is on Your Smartphone (HealthCentral) - Read Article

6.20.17 Multiple Sclerosis May Affect Ability to Read Social Cues (U R the Voice via Healthline) - Read Article

6.19.17 Multiple Sclerosis May Affect Ability to Read Social Cues (The Nation via Healthline) - Read Article

6.16.17 Multiple Sclerosis May Affect Ability to Read Social Cues (Healthline) - Read Article

6.14.17 BrainHQ is Fun Way to Improve Overall Cognitive Function in MS (Multiple Sclerosis News Today) - Read Article

6.14.17 The Online Brain Training System that Could Save Your Life (FutureTech Podcast) - Read Article

5.22.17 Multiple Sclerosis Patients' Cognition Improved by Brain Training (MD Mag) - Read Article

5.18.17 This Video Game Could Literally Train Our Brains to Resist Symptoms of Disease (Mic.com) - Read Article

5.17.17 Online BrainHQ Training Program Boosts Cognition in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis (Multiple Sclerosis News Today) - Read Article

5.12.17 Being a Mom is Great for Your Brain – Here's the Science Behind It (Mic.com) - Read Article

5.11.17 Cognitive Function in Multiple Sclerosis Improves with Telerehabilitation (PLOS Neurology) - Read Article

5.11.17 Software as Therapy for Mental Health (IDG Connect) - Read Article

5.7.17 Facebook Wants to Tap into Your Brain … Literally (Healthline) - Read Article

5.4.17 Facebook and Elon Musk Want to Link your Brain to your Computer (MarketWatch) - Read Article

5.3.17 Brain Training – The Future of Brain Interface Technology (WGN Midday News 9) - Read Article

5.1.17 Facebook Explores Neuroscience For Next Typing Revolution (MediaFile) - Read Article

4.27.17 Do Brain Training Apps Really Work? (The Medical News) - Read Article

4.24.17 Typing With Your Thoughts, Hearing With Your Skin? Neuroscientist Weighs In On Facebook F8 Ideas (International Business Times) - Read Article

4.21.17 Facebook's Latest Moon Shot: I Think, Therefore I Type (TechNewsWorld) - Read Article

03.21.17 Brain Plasticity (BBC Radio Wales Science Cafe) - Listen to Interview

03.20.17 Cognitive Training: Aerobics For Your Brain (CNN New Day) - Watch Video

03.13.17 Help for That Buzz in Your Ear (Psychology Today) - Read Article

03.08.17 Meritt's life's work is to help others understand (Florida Times-Union) - Read Article

03.08.17 What's the one question everyone answers yes? (LearnFast) - Read Article

02.02.17 As Tom Brady Nears 40, Brain Training Hones His Edge (The Star Tribune) - Read Article

1.31.17 Are you tired all of the time? (The Coffs Coast Advocate) - Read Article 

1.31.17 BrainHQ Crushes Competition in First Review of Science Behind Brain Apps (Yahoo Finance) - Read Article 

1.29.17 The Sunday Paper, January 29: This Is the Time to Stay Focused (Maria Shriver) - Read Article 

1.25.17 Mastering midlife and beyond: Unlocking your brain’s hidden potential (The Desert Sun) - Read Article 

1.24.17 Cognitive training may aid those with severe tinnitus (Brazil Business Today) - Read Article 

1.23.17 New SAT reading vocabulary questions answer skills (Zuinow China) - Read Article 

1.23.17 New SAT reading vocabulary questions answer skills (Sohu China) - Read Article 

1.23.17 Study Suggests BrainHQ Training Program May Help Tinnitus Patients (The Hearing Review) - Read Article 

1.19.17 Brain-Training May Help Ease Ringing in the Ears (Health Day) - Read Article 

1.19.17 Researchers evaluate effect of cognitive training program on tinnitus (News Medical Life Sciences) - Read Article 

1.18.17 Demco, Inc. Launches Demco Software to Extend Libraries’ Reach and Drive Community Engagement (E Content Magazine) - Read Article 

1.18.17 Computer program offers chemo brain remedy (WNDU) - Read Article 

1.16.17 Tips for efficient brain training for best aging (Pforzheimer Zeitung) - Read Article 

1.16.17 A remedy for chemo brain (ABC 12) - Read Article 

1.13.17 Help for Mesothelioma Patients with "Chemo Brain" (Mesothelioma.net) - Read Article 

1.12.17 According to scientists, Google is changing our brains (Egnenhariae) - Read Article 

1.12.17 Clear the fog from chemo brain (WAAY TV) - Read Article 

1.12.17 Brain Training Program 'BrainHQ' Landing in Korea (Money Today Korea) - Read Article 

1.12.17 Brain Training Program 'BrainHQ' Landing in Korea (Naver) - Read Article 

1.11.17 Should advanced age prevent driving? (Mainichi) - Read Article 

1.11.17 Train Your Brain With Brain HQ (Public Now) - Read Article 

1.10.17 Brain games to lower risk of Alzheimer? (UrbanHealth Magazine) - Read Article 

1.9.17 Web-Based Cognitive Rehabilitation Alleviates Chemobrain (Oncology Nursing News) - Read Article 

1.9.17 Eight Ways to Improve Cognition in Bipolar Disorder (Psychiatric Times) - Read Article 

1.6.17 BrainHQ allows you to exercise your mind (Dayton Daily News) - Read Article 

1.6.17 Why don't you need to memorize so many words? (Toutiao) - Read Article 

1.6.17 Why don't you need to memorize so many words? (Zaobao) - Read Article 

1.6.17 No simple solution to complex dementia (Irish Examiner) - Read Article 

1.5.167 Scientists say Google is changing our brains (Mundo Amazonia) - Read Article

1.6.17 "Dementia prevention brain health seminar" to be held February 16 in Saitama City (Zakzak) - Read Article 

1.5.17 Researchers: Exercises could help chemo brain (KSAT-TV) - Read Article 

1.4.17 Chemo Brain: Clear the Fog! (Ivanhoe News) - Read Article 

1.4.17 Explore the charm of Brain HQ! (Infoseek News) - Read Article 

1.4.17 Explore the charm of Brain HQ! (Nifty) - Read Article 

1.4.17 Explore the charm of Brain HQ! (Ninchisho) - Read Article 

1.4.17 Does this brain training prevent dementia? (E News Tree) - Read Article 

1.3.17 How video games strengthen your brain (Scientific American Israel) - Read Article 

1.3.17 How video games strengthen your brain (Hayadan) - Read Article 

1.3.17 Seven decisions that lead to a healthy life (Ivoline) - Read Article 

1.3.17 Seniors who get this training keep their driver’s licenses longer (Easy Health Options) - Read Article 

1.2.17 Have a Healthy Start To The New Year! (Just Ask Dr. Denise) - Read Article 

1.2.17 7 Healthy Resolutions You Should Make (Success) - Read Article 

1.1.17 Not all ‘brain-training’ exercises are the same (USF Brain Research Discoveries) - Read Article 

12.31.16 Dementia rates are on the decline in the U.S. (Houston Chronicle) - Read Article

12.30.16 9 Brain-Training Apps That Will Make You Smarter Than Your Phone! (Onedio) - Read Article 

12.26.16 Does this brain training prevent dementia? (WSJ China) - Read Article

12.26.16 Does this brain training prevent dementia? (Boxun Taiwan) - Read Articl

12.26.16 Ten Key Innovation Signals to Better Serve the Cognitive & Brain Health Needs of an Aging Population (The Creativity Post) - Read Article

12.26.16 Brain Exercise Prevents Dementia (Sankei) - Read Article

12.17.16 Can Tech help Alzheimer's Sufferers? (CNET) - Read Article

12.16.16 Brain Training that Halves Dementia Risk "Brain HQ" (Ninchisho) - Read Article

12.16.16 Brain Training that Halves Dementia Risk "Brain HQ" (Nifty News) - Read Article

12.14.16 Your Mind is Beautiful So Now Give it Six-Pack Abs (The Good Men Project) - Read Article

12.14.16 Resource Helps Citizens Remain Mentally Fit (Garland Texan) - Read Article 

12.12.16 Game Therapy Potential of the Beginning of Digital Therapy into New Ideas (MedicalofWeek China) - Read Article 

12.12.16 Get Rid of Pseudo-scientific Impression, A Medical Function of the Game Will Form a New Market (VC Beat) - Read Article

12.12.16 Get Rid of Pseudo-scientific Impression of Having Medical Functions of the Game or the Formation of New Markets (Nanyang Shi) - Read Article

12.12.16 Get Rid of Pseudo-scientific Impression, a Medical Function of the Game Will Form New Market (Chuangyetan) - Read Article

12.12.16 Playing Games Can Cure Dementia? The Medical Function of the Game is No Longer Pseudo-science (Sohu China) - Read Article

12.12.16 Pseudo-science or Emerging Markets: Playing Games Can Cure Dementia? (China Medical) - Read Article 

12.12.16 Playing Games Can Cure Dementia? The Medical Function of the Game is No Longer Pseudo-science (Datougou China) - Read Article 

12.9.16 "Brain Training" to Prevent Dementia (Aging Style) - Read Article

12.08.16 Digital Games of "Brain Training" Focus on Dementia (Financial Times Mexico) - Read Article

12.07.16 Digital Games of "Brain Training" Focus on Dementia (El Observador) - Read Article 

12.02.16 Study Reveals that Video Games Could Delay Alzheimer's (Capital Online) - Read Article

12.01.16 Study to Test Efficacy of Computerized Cognitive Training for Improving Memory of Heart Failure Patients (Health Medicine Network) - Read Article 

12.01.16 Global Cognitive Assessment and Training Market to Grow at CAGR of 15.27% over Forecast Period 2015 - 2019 (Digital Journal) - Read Article

12.01.16 Study: Brain Games May Forestall Dementia Onset (New Mexico Marketplace) - Read Article

12.01.16 What if You Could Delay Dementia with Video Games and Not With Drugs? (Finance Diary) - Read Article 

11.30.16 Training the Brain (USF Magazine) - Read Article 

11.30.16 An App Combats Seasonal Uptick in Holiday Road Collisions (PineTree.net) - Read Article

11.30.16 Breakthrough Brain Science (Business Alabama) - Read Article

11.30.16 Stressed Out? These 5 Relaxing Images Will Bring You Instant Calm (Yahoo!) - Read Article

11.29.16 'Brain Training' Healthcare Digital Games Target Dementia (Financial Times) - Read Article

11.25.16 Trapped in the Net: What They Don't Tell You About the Internet Social Media (Before It's News) - Read Article

11.25.16 A Program to Train Your Brain (La Mesa Courier) - Read Article

11.19.16 Training My Again Brain (True Viral News) - Read Article

11.17.16 Football is Good Again, America! (Deadspin) - Read Article

11.15.16 Q&A: One of the Brains Behind the China Brain Project (Scientific American) - Read Article

11.11.16 Researcher to Examine if Brain Training Helps Combat Memory Loss in Heart Failure Patients (Eureka Alert!) - Read Article

11.11.16 Nursing Researcher to Examine if Brain Training Helps Combat Memory Loss in Heart Failure Patients (Phys Org) - Read Article

11.07.16 Six Daily Habits That Can Reduce Your Risk for Alzheimer's Disease (Yahoo Sports) - Read Article

11.06.16 Video Game Designed to Combat the Mental Side Effects of Chemotherapy (Con Salud) - Read Article

11.05.16 Stroke and the Power of Brain Plasticity (Psychology Today) - Read Article

11.03.16 Game-like Brain Training Program First Therapy Shown Effective Against Chemobrain (Hunt News) - Read Article 

11.03.16 Free Event for Caregivers Focuses on Brain Health (The Observer) - Read Article

11.03.16 Rehabilitation May Improve Cognitive Symptoms in Cancer Survivors (Psychiatry Advisor) - Read Article

11.02.16 Simple Web-Based Program May Help Alleviate Mild Cognitive Problems in Cancer (W3LiveNews) - Read Article

11.02.16 Home-Based Intervention Improves Cognitive Impairment in Cancer Survivors (PM 360) - Read Article 

11.02.16 Web-Based Cognitive Exercises Improve Memory in Cancer Patients (MedIndia) - Read Article

11.02.16 Rehab Program Improves Some Outcomes in Survivors With Cognitive Deficits (Cancer Network) - Read Article

11.02.16 Web-based Rehab Program Improved Cognitive Symptoms in Cancer Survivors (Oncology Nurse Advisor) - Read Article

11.02.16 Home-Based Intervention Improves Cognitive Impairment in Cancer Survivors (Oncology Practice) - Read Article

11.02.16 Web-based Rehab Program Improved Cognitive Symptoms in Cancer Survivors (Cancer Therapy Advisor via Oncology Nurse Advisor) - Read Article

11.02.16 Brain Training May Reduce "Chemo Brain" (Newsmax) - Read Article

11.01.16 Chemo Brain May Have a Solution: Insight (American Journal of Managed Care) - Read Article

11.01.16 Web-Based Cognitive Exercises Improve Memory and Attention in Cancer Survivors (247NewsOnline) - Read Article

11.01.16 Study Shows First Practical Intervention for Chemobrain (Globe Newswire) - Read Release

11.01.16 Randomized Trial Confirms Efficacy of Online Mental Exercises to Combat Chemobrain (Oncology Nursing News) -  Read Article

11.01.16 Brain Training Games Help Combat 'Chemofog' In Cancer Patients (Gizmodo Australia) - Read Article

11.01.16 InsightTM Cognitive Exercises Improve Quality of Life for Cancer Survivors (Clinical Innovation + Technology) - Read Article

11.01.16 Online Program Reduces Neurological Symptoms Linked to Chemotherapy in Cancer Patients (SciFeeds) - Read Article

11.01.16 Training Program Helps 'Chemo Brain' Symptoms in Cancer Patients (The University of Sydney) - Read Article

11.01.16 Web-based Cognitive Exercises Improve Memory and Attention in Cancer Survivors (Medical Xpress) - Read Article

11.01.16 Web-based Cognitive Exercises Improve Memory and Attention in Cancer Survivors (E-Cancer News) - Read Article

11.01.16 Study Shows First Practical Intervention for Chemobrain (Geeks World) - Read Article

11.01.16 Study Shows First Practical Intervention for Chemobrain (Forward Geek) - Read Article

11.01.16 Study Shows First Practical Intervention for Chemobrain (Let Life Happen) - Read Article

11.01.16 New Online Intervention Improves Cognitive Problems in Cancer Survivors (Oncology News Australia) - Read Article 

11.01.16 Simple Web-Based Program May Help Alleviate Mild Cognitive Problems in Cancer Survivors (News Australia) - Read Article

11.01.16 Web-Based Intervention May Help Cognitive Symptoms in CA Survivors (MPR via HealthDay News) - Read Article

11.01.16 Intervention Improves Cognitive Symptoms in Cancer Survivors (Physician's Briefing via HealthDay News) - Read Article 

11.01.16 Intervention Improves Cognitive Symptoms in Cancer Survivors (Doctor's Lounge via HealthDay News) - Read Article  

11.01.16 Cognitive Rehabilitation Intervention Improves Cognition in Cancer Patients (Neurology Advisor via HealthDay News) - Read Article 

11.01.16 'Chemo Brain' Recovery: Online Mental Exercises May Help Cancer Survivors Combat Memory Problems, Depression, and Anxiety (Medical Daily) - Read Article

11.01.16 New Online Tool May Reduce Cancer Survivors' Cognitive Impairment From Chemotherapy (Cancer Therapy Advisor) - Read Article

11.01.16 Online program reduces neurological symptoms linked to chemotherapy in cancer patients (SciMex Australia) - Read Article

11.01.16 Mental Rehab May Reduce 'Chemobrain' (MedPage Today) - Read Article

11.01.16 Web-Based Exercises May Ease Chemobrain (Cure Today) - Read Article

10.31.16 Simple Web-Based Program May Help Alleviate Mild Cognitive Problems in Cancer Survivors (Newsmedical.net) - Read Article 

10.31.16 Web-Based Cognitive Exercises Improve Memory and Attention in Cancer Survivors (Bioengineer.org) - Read Article

10.31.16 Web-Based Cognitive Exercises Improve Memory And Attention In Cancer Survivors (PublicNow) - Read Article 

10.31.16 Web-Based Exercises May Ease Chemobrain (Eurek Alert) - Read Article

10.31.16 Web-Based Cognitive Exercises Improve Memory and Attention in Cancer Survivors (Science Blog) - Read Article

10.31.16 Study Shows First Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (4-Traders) - Read Article

10.31.16 Study Shows Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (Yahoo! Finance India) - Read Release

10.31.16 Web-based Cognitive Exercises Improve Memory and Attention in Cancer Survivors (ScienceMag) - Read Article 

10.31.16 Web-based Cognitive Exercises Improve Memory and Attention in Cancer Survivors (NeuroScientistNews) - Read Article 

10.31.16 Study Shows Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (IT Briefing) – Read Release 

10.31.16 Study Shows Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (BizWire Express) – Read Release

10.31.16 Study Shows Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (SPi News) - Read Release

10.31.16 Study Shows Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (CEO Canada) - Read Release 

10.31.16 Study Shows Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (Digital Journal) - Read Release

10.31.16 Study Shows Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (EIN News Desk) - Read Release

10.31.16 Study Shows Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (Fresh News) - Read Release 

10.31.16 Study Shows First Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (TMC News) - Read Release 

10.31.16  Study Shows First Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (Yahoo! Finance) - Read Release 

10.31.16 Study Shows First Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (EconoTimes) - Read Release

10.31.16 Study Shows First Practical Intervention For Chemobrain (DMN Newswire) - Read Release

10.20.16 Treating Internet Addiction - Don't Google it! (CNN) - Watch Video

10.20.16 Can Video Games Take Your Brain to the Next Level? (CNN) - Watch Video

10.20.16 Video Games Pushing the Brain Past its Limits (CNN) - Watch Video

10.11.16 Demco Brings Proven Brain Training to Public Libraries (Benzinga) - Read Article

09.25.16 Technology a Big Part of World Alzheimer's Month  (Wireless Wednesday) - Read Article

09.12.16 Drs. Oz & Roizen: Regular Exercise Protects Brain Function (Athens Banner-Herald) - Read Article

09.12.16 Brain Training Lowers Dementia Risk Later (My Community - Boesman Estates) - Read Article

09.10.16 Six Steps to a Better Brain (Ithaca Times) - Read Article

09.09.16 Contending with Alzheimer's Disease; College Debt and Mental-Health Problems (Idaho Stateman) - Read Article

09.06.16 Health in Your Hands: Tech innovations for the 50+ Crowd (TMC News) – Read Article

09.06.16 Sankei Commentary: Reflections On Whether the Internet Will Make People Smarter? (CJ.Xfrb) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (Yahoo! Finance via Globe Newswire) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (Yahoo! Finance via Globe Newswire) - Read Article

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (Sector Publishing Intelligence via Globe Newswire) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (Street Insider via Globe Newswire) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (Benzinga via Globe Newswire) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (Forward Geek via Globe Newswire) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (Globe Newswire) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (IT Industry Today via Globe Newswire) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (BizWire Express via Globe Newswire) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (EIN Presswire via Globe Newswire) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (Investors Hangout via Globe Newswire) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (Fresh News via Globe Newswire) - Read Article 

09.06.16 Mike Merzenich Receives Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (Money via Globe Newswire) - Read Article

09.06.16 Gravitational Waves Awarded (Mural) - Read Article

09.06.16 Gravitational Waves Awarded (Reforma) - Read Article

09.06.16 Gravitational Waves Awarded (El Norte) - Read Article

09.06.16 Health in Your Hands: Tech Innovations for the 50+ Crowd (TMC News) - Read Article

09.05.16 Kavli Prize Award Ceremony (Alpha Galileo) - Read Article

09.04.16 Early Alzheimer's Prevention: 4 Things You Should Know Now (Maria Shriver Blog) - Read Article

09.04.16 How Your Thoughts Can Change the Structure And Function of Your Brain (Conscious Life) - Read Article

09.03.16 This Type of Brain Training Can Keep You From Getting Dementia (The Cheat Sheet) - Read Article

09.02.16 Technology in Education: Good & Bad? (No Jitter) - Read Article

09.01.16 Profile: Dean Buonomano Studies How the Brain Encodes Time (The Scientist) - Read Article

08.29.16 Dementia? There's Not An App For That (The Medical Republic) - Read Article

08.28.16 2016 Top Ten Internet Industry Forecast: Cloud computing, Big Data, and Artificial Intelligence (Maker Zoom) - Read Article

08.26.16 Follow the Battle Against Alzheimer's  (El Nuevo Herald) – Read Article

08.25.16 2016 Kavli Prize in Neuroscience: A Discussion with Eve Marder, Michael Merzenich and Carla Shatz (Kavli Foundation) – Read Release

08.25.16 Alzheimer’s: There’s No Cure, but is There Hope? (Miami Herald) – Read Article

08.25.16 Rewiring the Brain: A Conversation with Three Pioneers of Neuroplasticity (EurekAlert!) – Read Release

08.25.16 Otago Rugby Team Assisting with Ground-Breaking Concussion Research (LiveNews via University of Otago) – Read Article

08.25.16 Otago Rugby Team Assisting with Ground-Breaking Concussion Research (Foreign Affairs via University of Otago) – Read Article

08.25.16 Otago Rugby Team Assisting with Ground-Breaking Concussion Research (PublicNow via University of Otago) – Read Article

08.23.16 How Providers Can Reduce Neurodegenerative Disease Risk (Specialty Pharmacy Times) – Read Article

08.22.16 New Study Finds Certain Video Games May Be Effective In Warding Off Dementia (CBS Pittsburgh) – Read Article

08.22.16 On Charging The Brain (S&TRF) – Read Article

08.21.16 Brain Training Test Shows Dementia Risk Cut in Half for Elderly (Senior Journal) – Read Article

08.16.16 Successful Aging: A Brain Game That Reduces Dementia Risk (NVS24) - Read Article

08.16.16 After a Decade Playing Computer Games Brain Results Are  Striking (HK Apple) – Read Article

08.16.16 Watch for Behavior Changes for Clue to Dementia (Rocky Mount Telegram via AP) - Read Article

08.15.16 Successful Aging: A Brain Game That Reduces Dementia Risk (LA Daily News) - Read Article

08.15.16 Successful Aging: A Brain Game That Reduces Dementia Risk (Whittier Daily News via LA Daily News) - Read Article

08.15.16 Successful Aging: A Brain Game That Reduces Dementia Risk (The San Bernardino Sun via LA Daily News) - Read Article

08.15.16 Successful Aging: A Brain Game That Reduces Dementia Risk (The Daily Bulletin via LA Daily News) - Read Article

08.15.16 Successful Aging: A Brain Game That Reduces Dementia Risk (The Daily Breeze via LA Daily News) - Read Article

08.15.16 Successful Aging: A Brain Game That Reduces Dementia Risk (Redlands Daily Facts via LA Daily News) - Read Article

08.15.16 Successful Aging: A Brain Game That Reduces Dementia Risk (Pasadena Star News via LA Daily News) - Read Article

08.15.16 Successful Aging: A Brain Game That Reduces Dementia Risk (Press-Telegram via LA Daily News) 

08.14.16 Brain Exercises Linked to Decreased Risk of Dementia (Denver Post) - Read Article

08.13.16 Gaming Keeps Disease at Bay (Oman Tribune) – Read Article

08.12.16 Older, Wiser, - and In Better Health (City and Shore) – Read Article

08.11.16 Brain Fitness 101: Sharpen Your Mind with Brain Training (United Healthcare: Renew Magazine) – Read Article

08.11.16 10 Habits That Help You Learn Twice As Fast (Entrepreneur Magazine) - Read Article

08.10.16 Ten Habits That Can Double Your Learning Speed (Secret China) – Read Article

08.09.16 10 Learning Speed Doubled Habits Do Serve (Bay Voice) – Read Article

08.09.16 Playing Video Games Can Ease, Reduce Dementia (Cleveland Jewish News) – Read Article

08.09.16 Brain Training Beats Dementia (Mature Times) – Read Article

08.09.16 Play Against Alzheimer and Parkinson (Age Village) – Read Article

08.08.16 Brain Training Would Reduce the Risk of Dementia Over 10 Years (Le Lac-St-Jean via The Canadian Press) – Read Article

08.08.16 Brain Training Would Reduce the Risk of Dementia Over 10 Years (Le Nouvelles Hebdo via The Canadian Press) – Read Article

08.08.16 ‘Brain Training’ Cut Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults (India News & Headlines) – Read Article

08.08.16 Brain Games and Memory Care (Sunrise Senior Living) – Read Article

08.08.16 Brain Training Cut Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults, Says US Study (The Brunei Times)  – Read Article

08.08.16 Behavioral Changes Could Be Early Signs of Dementia Behavioral Changes Could be Early Signs of Dementia (The Villages Suntimes) – Read Article

08.08.16 ‘Brain Training’ Cut Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults – US Study (Hunt News) –  Read Article

08.08.16 Changes in Behavior Could Point to Alzheimer's Steelers (Steelers Lounge) – Read Article

08.08.16 Brain Training 'Could Cut Dementia Risk', Says Study (Steelers Lounge) – Read Article

08.08.16 Opticians Could Offer Early Warning Tests For Fementia, Studies Suggest (LidTime) – Read Article

08.08.16 Tell-Tale Sign of Alzheimer's: Personality Changes (Financial Spots) - Read Article

08.08.16 Acupuncture and Brain Exercises Against Dementia (BlueWin) – Read Article

08.08.16 Brain Training Would Reduce the Risk of Dementia Over 10 Years (La Presse.CA) – Read Article

08.08.16 Brain Training Would Reduce the Risk of Dementia Over 10 Years (Le Jac-St-Jean) – Read Article

08.08.16 The Brain Training Would Reduce the Risk of Dementia Over 10 Years (Quebec Hebdo) – Read Article

08.08.16 Train Your Brain Would Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer's (Sympatico) – Read Article

08.07.16 Three Trends in Alzheimer's Research Provide Reason for Hope (Women's Brain Health Initiative) – Read Article

08.06.16 Neuroplasticity (The Meridiano) – Read Article

08.06.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Malta Independent) – Read Article

08.05.16 Better Assessment of Brain Training Products Needed (Carlisle Wellness Network  via Psych Central News) – Read Article

08.05.16 Mind Your Mind: Screenings, Training Aim to Preserve Memory (KALB-TV) – Read Article

08.05.16 Acupuncture and Brain Exercises Ward Off Dementia (Sunday World) – Read Article

08.05.16 Three Trends In Alzheimer’s Research Provide Reason For Hope (The Huffington Post) – Read Article

08.05.16 Brain-Training Game Can Halve the Risk of Dementia (The Times UK) – Read Article

08.05.16 Helps Brain Fight Against Dementia? Special Training Reduces the Risk of Age-Related Disease Significantly (Scinexx Germany) – Read Article

08.05.16 Specific Brain Training Reduces Dementia Risk Across 10 Years (Science Daily) – Read Article

08.05.16 The Park County Senior Coalition Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony (The Flume) - Read Article

08.05.16 Brain Against Dementia (Bild Der Wissenshaft) – Read Article

08.05.16 Better Assessment of Brain Training Products Needed (PsychCentral) – Read Article

08.05.16 Exercising Cuts Risks Of Brain Degenerative Disease By Almost Half (Mynah Care) - Read Article

08.05.16 Specific Brain Braining Reduces Dementia Risk Across 10 Years (eScience News) – Read Article

08.05.16 Better Assessment of Brain Training Products Needed (Carlisle Wellness Network) – Read Article

08.05.16 Exercising the Brain DOES Stave Off Dementia - But Only if You Do the Right Training (News Grio) – Read Article

08.04.16 Exercising the Brain DOES Stave Off Dementia - But Only if You Do the Right Training (Daily Mail) – Read Article

08.04.16 Dementia Breakthrough as Risk could be cut Significantly with Simple Brain Training Course (Mirror UK) – Read Article

08.04.16 Certain Brain Training is to Reduce the Risk for Dementia (Nou Now) – Read Article

08.04.16 A New Proof of the Effectiveness of Simulators for the Brain (ReadWeb) – Read Article

08.04.16 Trending: Specific Brain Training Reduces Dementia Risk Across 10 Years (Lead Stories) – Read Article

08.04.16 Specific Brain Training Reduces Dementia Risk Across 10 Years (Abomus) – Read Article

08.04.16 Brain Training Reduces Dementia Risk Across 10 Years (American Psychological Association) – Read Article

08.04.16 Exercising the Brain DOES Stave Off Dementia - But Only if You Do the Right Training (WN.com) – Read Article

08.04.16 Brain Training Reduces Dementia Risk Across 10 Years (Science Codex) – Read Article

08.04.16  New Proof for the Effectiveness of Simulators for the Brain (Read Web Russia) – Read Article

08.04.16 THICK HEADS: Scientists Find Fat People’s Brains Age 10 Years Faster than Thin People’s (The Sun UK) – Read Article

08.04.16 Dementia Breakthrough as Risk Could Be Cut Significantly with Simple Brain Training Course (Mirror UK) – Read Article

08.04.16 Brain Training Reduces Dementia Risk Across 10 Years (EurekAlert!) – Read Article

08.04.16 Specific Brain-Training Technique Shown to Reduce Dementia Risk (Medical News Today) – Read Article

08.04.16 Exercising the Brain DOES Stave Off Dementia - But Only If You Do the Right Training (Daily Mail) – Read Article

08.04.16 Cognitive Training Improves Psychological Well-Being in Older Adults (Healio) – Read Article

08.04.16 Brain Training Reduces Dementia Risk Across 10 Years (Health News Digest) - Read Article

08.04.16 Exercising the Brain DOES Stave Off Dementia - But Only If You Do the Right Training (Capital Bay) – Read Article

08.04.16 Brain Training Reduces Dementia Risk Across 10 Years (Science News Line) – Read Article  

08.04.16 Specific Brain Training Reduces Dementia Risk Across 10 Years (Medical Xpress) – Read Article

08.03.16 After a 10-Year Study, Researchers Have Found the Solution to Delay the Onset of Dementia (DiaCaf) – Read Article

08.03.16 Could ‘Brain Training’ Games Actually Work? New Study Surprises Scientists (KQED) – Read Article

08.02.16 Presented at the Alzheimer's Disease International Conference Dementia Risk About Half the World's First Empirical Results in the Brain Exercise "Speed Training" (KK KYODO News) – Read Article

08.02.16 Brain Exercises May Delay Dementia for Some (KOMO News Seattle) – Read Article

08.02.16 Alzheimer's: Education, Work, Relationships ... That's Who Does Not Get Sick (Affaritaliani) – Read Article

08.01.16 Study Showed Brain Training Methods Utilized in BrainHQ App Decrease Dementia, The First of its Kind (MyInforms via iMedicalApps) – Read Article

08.01.16 How Speed Training Games Could Cut Dementia Risk By Half (NPR Here & Now) – Read Article

08.01.16 Training My Aging Brain: Lessons from a Boomer on the Frontlines (Discover Magazine) - Read Article

08.01.16 Could This Computer Game Delay Alzheimer's Symptoms? New Study Suggests It Could (Fort Worth Business) - Read Article

08.01.16 Study Showed Brain Training Methods Utilized in BrainHQ App Decrease Dementia, The First of its Kind (iMedicalApps) – Read Article

07.31.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Fosters via AP) - Read Article

07.31.16 Behavior Changes May Signal Dementia Onset (Golden Transcript) - Read Article

07.31.16 Behavior Changes May Signal Dementia Onset (Englewood Herald) - Read Article

07.31.16 Watch Behavior Changes For Clues Of Impending Dementia (Nashua Telegraph) - Read Article

07.31.16 Could This Computer Game Delay Alzheimer's Symptoms? A New Study Suggests It Could (Chicago Daily Herald via Washington Post) – Read Article

07.31.16 Lebanon Grad Honored with International Prize (Lebanon-Express) – Read Article

07.31.16 Behavior Changes May Signal Dementia Onset (Highlands Ranch Herald) - Read Article

07.30.16 The Work-Oriented People Could Help Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer's: MedlinePlus in Spanish (MedlinePlus) – Read Article

07.30.16 Dementia, or is Delayed in the Brain Training (Wall Street Journal Japan) – Read Article

07.29.16 Or It Is Delayed the Onset of Dementia in the "Brain Training" (Blogos via WSJ) – Read Article

07.29.16 Checklist of Possible Behavioral Warning Signs of Dementia (New York South East Post) - Read Article

07.29.16  Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Bonham Journal) – Read Article

07.29.16  Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (SenegalActu) – Read Article

07.29.16 Or It Is Delayed the Onset of Dementia in the "Brain Training" (Yahoo! Japan) – Read Article

07.28.16 10-Year Study Found That Heavy Cognitive Games Can Reduce the Incidence of Alzheimer's Disease by Nearly 50% (BioDiscover) – Read Article

07.28.16 Training Linked to Lowered Risk of Dementia (Shanghai Daily) – Read Article

07.28.16 Scientists Have Proved that Brain Training Can Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer's Disease by 48% (Pressuhi) – Read Article

07.28.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Newton Daily News) - Read Article

07.28.16 Best Way to Combat Alzheimer's is a Healthy Lifestyle, Studies Show (USA Today) – Read Article

07.28.16 Unique Brain Exercise Shown in Study to Lower Risk of Dementia (Knowledge Bylanes South Africa) – Read Article

07.27.16 Watch for Behavior Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Rutland Herald via AP) - Read Article

07.27.16 Double Decisions Computer Game 'Could Slow Onset Alzheimer's Disease' (News Grio) - Read Article

07.27.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (JapanToday via AP) - Read Article

07.27.16 Watch For Behavior Changes For Clues of Dementia Onset (Financial Spots) - Read Article

07.27.16 Unique Brain Exercise Shown in Study to Lower Rick of Dementia (Health Technology Net) - Read Article

07.27.16 Watch For Behavior Changes For Clues of Dementia Onset (The Sentinel-Record via AP) - Read Article

07.27.16 Alzheimer's Disease Symptoms Halved By Gaming, Dementia Analysis Says (International Business Times) - Read Article

07.27.16 Could a COMPUTER GAME Slow Onset of Alzheimer's? Repetitive Visual Tests 'Cut Risk of Dementia by 50% by Training the Brain to Take Control' (Daily Mail) - Ready Article 

07.27.16 Watch For Behavioral Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Houston Herald) - Read Article

07.27.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Clinton Herald) - Read Article

07.27.16 Brain Games Can Ward Off Dementia (Times of India) – Read Article

07.27.16 Brain Games Can Ward Off Dementia  (HT Media Syndication) – Read Article

07.27.16 Keep Your Mind Agile: Play Brain Games to Ward Off Cognitive Decline (Hindustan Times) – Read Article

07.27.16 Could Cognitive Speed Training Delay Alzheimer’s Symptoms? A New Study Suggests it Could (The Record Canada) – Read Article

07.26.16 Important International Conference on Alzheimer's in Toronto (Radio International Canada) – Read Article

07.26.16 Study: Specialized Brain Training May Forestall Dementia Onset for Years (MedicalXPress) – Read Article

07.26.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (San Mateo - The Daily Journal via AP) - Read Article

07.26.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (The Richmond Register via AP) - Read Article

07.26.16 Memory Loss May Not Always Be the First Early Warning Clue that Dementia is on the Way (New Zealand Herald) – Read Article

07.26.16 Study: 11 Hours of This Brain Game Can Cut Dementia Risk in Half (Newser) - Read Article

07.26.16 Train the Brain (Gulf Times) – Read Article

07.26.16 Watch For Behavioral Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Saudi Gazette) - Read Article

07.26.16 Study Shows Brain Exercises Can Reduce Risk of Dementia (Medical Practice Insider) - Read Article

07.26.16 'Brain Training' Cuts Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults: US Study (Business Times) – Read Article

07.26.16 Brain Game Could Reduce Dementia Risk (Nano News) - Read Article

07.26.16 Computer 'Brain Games' Cut Dementia Risk: Study (Straits Times) – Read Article

07.26.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Naples Herald) - Read Article

07.26.16 This Brain Exercise Puts Off Dementia (Morningstar News) - Read Article

07.26.16 The Brain Exercise That Gives You the Best Shot at Delaying Dementia (Business Day Live) - Read Article

07.26.16 Brain Training 'Could Cut Dementia Risk', Says Study (PM Live) - Read Article

07.26.16 Eyes and Nose Window to Early Detection of Alzheimer's? (CBS) -

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (My Karwartha via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Muskoka Region via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Nelson Star via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Langley Times via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Lake Cowichan Gazette via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Langley Advance via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Northumberland News via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Niagra the Week via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (New Hamburg Independent via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (The Northern View via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Oak Bay News via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Orangeville via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Maple Ridge Times via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Mission Record via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (The Mississauga via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Ottawa Sun via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Our London via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Parkville Qualicum Beach News via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Quesnel Cariboo via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Star Journal via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Surrey Now via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Rossland News via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Sooke News Mirror via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Sachem via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Surrey Leader via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Salmon Arm Observer) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Simcoe) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Smithers Interior News) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Omineca Express) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Vancouver Sun) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (The Similkameen) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Winnipeg Sun) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Vernon Morning Star) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Windsor Star) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (York Region) – Read Article

07.25.16 ‘Brain Training’ Cut Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults (Deccan Chronicle via Reuters) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behavior Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Omaha World- Herald) - Read Article

07.25.16 People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (The Journal Times) - Read Article

07.25.16 People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (Napa Valley Register) - Read Article

07.25.16 Memory Loss Not First Sign of Dementia: Study (News Max) - Read Article

07.25.16 Brain Training Can Cut Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults (Hindustan Times via Reuters) – Read Articles

07.25.16 Watch for Behavior Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (The New Indian Express) – Read Article

07.25.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Fosters via AP) - Read Article

07.25.16 Brain Training Reduces Dementia By Half — Should You Still Be Skeptical? (MSN Lifestyle) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (The Similkameen Spotlight via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Interior News via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 US Study: Brain Training Can Reduce the Risk of Dementia (Yahoo! Finance India) – Read Article

07.25.16 Can Mental Exercise Protect Brain Health? (Gidahatti) – Read Article

07.26.16 AAIC Data: Cognitive Training Reduces Dementia Risk By 48% (Healio) - Read Article

07.25.16 Study Shows ‘Brain Training’ Reduces Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults (The Malay Mail) – Read Article

07.25.16 ‘Brain Training’ Cut Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults – U.S. Study (The Malaysian Mirror) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behavior Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (The Himalayan) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Waterloo Chronicle) – Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Victoria News) – Read Article

07.25.16 ‘Brain Training’ Cut Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults (EMTV) – Read Article

07.25.16 People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (Independent Record) - Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behavior Changes For Clues of Dementia Onset (Durango Herald via AP) - Read Article

07.25.16 Watch For Behavior Changes For Clues of Dementia Onset (Idaho Falls Post Register via AP) - Read Article

07.25.16 Study: Behavior Changes Could Signal Dementia Onset (Indiana Gazette via AP) - Read Article

07.25.16 Watch For Behavior Changes For Clues of Dementia Onset (Federal News Radio via AP) - Read Article 

07.25.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues About Dementia (The Intelligencer) - Read Article

07.25.16 Formal Education And Complex Work May Reduce The Negative Effects Of Bad Diet And Cerebrovascular Disease On Cognition (BioSpace via Alzheimer Association) – Read Article

07.25.16 Inexpensive Visual Training Cuts Likelihood Of Dementia Nearly In Half, Study Finds (Kaiser Health News) –

07.25.16 Watch For Behavior Changes For Clues of Dementia (Daily News 7x24) - Read Article

07.25.16  Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (AllOnGeorgia via AP) – Read Article

07.25.16 These Kinds of Jobs May Help Protect your Brain from Alzheimer's (CBS News) – Read Article

07.25.16 People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (Fremont Tribune) - Read Article

07.25.16 People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (Albany Democrat Herald) – Read Article

07.25.16 People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (Bismark Tribune) – Read Article

07.25.16 Computerized Brain Training Delays Dementia Development, Study Says (United Press International) - Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behavior Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (WTHITV Via AP) - Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behavior Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Fox News Via AP) - Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behavior Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Yahoo News Via AP) - Read Article

07.25.16 People-Oriented Jobs May Help Alzheimer's Risk (Herald & Review) - Read Article

07.25.16 Could Brain Training Prevent Dementia? (Fifty Plus Life) - Read Article

07.25.16 New Dementia Signs Found (U.S. News & World Report Via AP) - Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behavior Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (The Seattle Times Via AP) - Read Article

07.25.16 Watch for Behavior Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (AP) - Read Article

07.25.16 Brain Games, Training Programs Could Lower Alzheimer's Risk (Tech Times) - Read Article

07.25.16 This Brain Fitness Program Could be a Game-Changer (The Today Show) - Watch Video

07.25.16 Do This Kind of Work to Delay Alzheimer’s (Next Avenue) – Read Article

07.25.16 Alzheimer’s Symptoms Could Be Prevented With a Computer Game, Researchers Say. How Skeptical Should We Be? (Vox) - Read Article

07.25.16 People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (Pantagraph) – Read Article

07.25.16 Changes In Behavior Could Signal Dementia (Houston Chronicle) - Read Article 

07.25.16 Research Finds Brain Exercise Cuts Dementia Risk Dramatically (My Suncoast - ABC 7 WWSB) - Read Article

07.25.16 Brain Games Might Cut Alzheimer's Risk (USA News via NBC) - Read Article

07.25.16 Online Brain Training Cuts Risk of Dementia by a Third (The Times) - Read Article

07.25.16 Brain Training Computer Games Strengthen Neural Connections And Delay Onset Of Cognitive Decline, Dementia (Medical Daily) - Read Article

07.25.16 'Milestone' Research From Alzheimer’s Conference Suggests New Ways to Detect, Treat Disease (AirTalk - Southern California Public Radio) - Read Article

07.25.16 ‘Brain Training’ Cuts Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults by 48pc, Says Study That Contradicts Skeptics (South China Morning Post) - Read Article

07.25.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Daily Republic) - Read Article

07.25.16 Can This Brain Exercise Put Off Dementia? (The Wall Street Journal) - Read Article

07.25.16 Research Links Computer Brain Game to Reduced Dementia (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) - Read Article

07.25.16 Watch For Behavior Changes For Clues of Dementia Onset (CNY Central) - Read Article

07.25.16 People- Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (The Columbus Telegram) - Read Article

07.25.16 The Best Way to Delay Dementia Without Drugs (TIME) - Read Article

07.25.16 Brain Training Protects Against Cognitive Decline, Dementia (Medscape) - Read Article

07.25.16 People- Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (Montana Standard) - Read Article

07.25.16 Study: Specialized Brain Training May Forestall Dementia Onset for Years (AcraMax via LA Times) – Read Article

07.24.16 Watch for Behaviour Changes for Clues of Dementia Onset (Winnipeg Free Press) – Read Article

07.24.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (The San-Diego Union-Tribune) - Read Article

07.24.16 Watch For Behavior Changes For Clues of Dementia Onset (Providence Journal) - Read Article

07.24.16 'Brain Training' Cut Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults- U.S. Study (KDAL) - Read Article

07.24.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia May Be Brewing (Missoulian via AP) - Read Article

07.24.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (MY Northwest via AP) - Read Article

07.24.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Minneapolis Star Tribune) - Read Article

07.24.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Philly Voice via AP) - Read Article

07.24.16 People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (Health Day via AP)

07.24.16 'Brain Training' Cuts Dementia Risk By 48 Percent: Study (News Max) - Read Article

07.24.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Observer-Reporter via AP) - Read Article

07.24.16  Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Chattanooga Times Free Press via AP) – Read Article

07.24.16 People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (Medicine Net) - Read Article

07.24.16 Behavioral Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise via AP) - Read Article

07.24.16 Formal Education And Complex Work May Reduce The Negative Effects Of Bad Diet And Cerebrovascular Disease On Cognition (Milwaukee Business Journal) - Read Article

07.24.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Albuquerque Journal via AP) – Read Article

07.24.16 People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk (Breitbart via AP) – Read Article

07.24.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Albuquerque Journal via AP) – Read Article

07.24.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (Sentinel Online) - Read Article

07.24.16 Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing (The Courier) - Read Article

07.24.16 'Brain Training' Cut Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults- U.S. Study (KELO) - Read Article 

07.24.16 Brain Training May Forestall Dementia Onset for Years, New Study Says (LA Times) - Read Article

07.24.16 Mind Video games May Minimize Alzheimer's Danger (BuzzBry via Reuters) – Read Article

07.24.16 Playing Online Games Can Almost HALVE Risk of Alzheimer's Disease (The Mirror) - Read Article

07.24.16 Complex Jobs and Social Ties Appear to Help Ward off Alzheimer’s, New Research Shows (The Washington Post) - Read Article

07.24.16 Watch For Behavior Changes For Clues of Dementia Onset (Ocala via AP) - Read Article

07.24.16 Could This Computer Game Delay Alzheimer’s Symptoms? New Study Suggests it Could. (The Washington Post) – Read Article

07.24.16 Brain Training May Forestall Dementia Onset For Years, New Study Says (Democratic Underground) - Read Article

07.24.16 Do Web-Based Brain Games Really Prevent Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease? (The Inquisitr) - Read Article

07.24.16 Online Gaming Halves Chances of Getting Alzheimer's and Dementia, Say Scientists (The Plymouth Herald) - Read Article

07.24.16 Job Complexity and Mental Speed Shown to Stave off Alzheimer’s (The Globe and Mail) - Read Article

07.24.16 Play On! In a first, Brain Training Cuts Risk of Dementia 10 Years Later (STAT) - Read Article

07.24.16 Could Brain Training Prevent Dementia? (The New Yorker) - Read Article

07.24.16 Brain Games Might Cut Alzheimer's Risk (NBC News) - Watch Video

07.24.16 'Brain Training' Cut Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults - U.S. Study (AOL viaReuters) - Read Article

07.24.16 'Brain Training' Cut Dementia Risk in Healthy Adults - U.S. Study (Reuters) - Read Article

07.22.16 Brain Training Found to Reduce Dementia Risk Over a 10 Year Period (Alzheimer’s Society) - Read Article

07.17.16 These Men Trained Their Brains To Defeat Their Worst Schizophrenia Symptoms (BuzzFeed) - Read Article

06.17.16 The 10 Fundamentals of Rewiring Your Brain (Huffington Post) - Read Article

06.07.16 Can Computerized Brain Training Reduce Dementia Risk? (Naturally Savvy) - Read Article

06.03.16 Computer Program Aids Cognitive Deficits in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MD Magazine) - Read Article

06.02.16 Michael Merzenich Wins 2016 Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (UCSF News) - Read Article

06.02.16 Michael Merzenich Wins 2016 Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (Press Release) - View Press Release

05.23.16 Computerized Training Can Help Driving Skills (Tampa Bay Times) - Read Article

04.26.16 At-Home 'Brain Training' Program for MS Patients Reported to Improve Cognitive Skills by 29% (Multiple Sclerosis News Today) - Read Article

04.14.16 Positive Study Results on Software to Address ADHD Symptoms (Press Release) - View Press Release

04.04.16 Mental Exercises Can Keep Older Drivers on Road, USF Research Says (Tampa Bay Times) - Read Article

03.31.16 Max Your Memory (New Zealand Listener) - Read Article

02.26.16 Supercharge Your Brain (Larry King Now) - Watch Video

01.13.16 Put on Your Thinking App (Manila  Bulletin) - Read Article

12.08.15 How Your Job Can Make You Smarter (Wall Street Journal) - Read Article

12.02.15 Illuminating Depression's Circuitry (UCSF News Center) - Read Article

11.12.15 Posit Science Launches Spanish-Language Brain Training Program (Press Release) - View Press Release

11.02.15 2 Companies Seek FDA Approval for Brain Games to Treat ADHD (Scientific American) - Read Article

10.23.15 Can Video Games Fend Off Mental Decline? (New York Times) - Read Article

08.11.15 Staving Off Alzheimer's (The Huffington Post) - Read Article

05.19.15 Cognition and Gait: How the Brain Thinks About Balance (Long-Term Living Magazine) - Read Article

05.04.15 Powering the Brain (Ingenio) - Read Article

04.17.15 Posit Science Endorses IOM Cognitive Aging Recommendations (Press Release) - View Press Release

04.15.15 Stretch Your Brain at Any Age (Body+Soul) - Read Article

04.14.15 Stretch Your Brain at Any Age (Body+Soul) - Read Article

04.08.15 8 Innovators Targeting the Elder-Care Market (CNBC) - Read Article

04.02.15 Do Brain Games Work? Scientists Square Off (The San Diego Union-Tribune) - Read Article

03.22.15 BrainHQ: Exercising the Mind Heals the Body, Too (Inquirer.net) - Read Article

03.13.15 Fulbright Scholar Cheung Integrates Brain Therapeutics , Culture to Treat Huntington's (NIH Record) - Read Article

02.15.15 Five Ways to Improve Your Brainpower (The Guardian) - Read Article

02.06.15 Our Amazingly Plastic Brains (Wall Street Journal) - Read Article

01.08.15 Is Digital Technology Re-Wiring Your Brain? (The Economist) - Read Article

01.07.15 UCSF Merzenich Wins Russ Prize, Bioengineering's Highest Honor (UCSF) - Read Article

12.08.14 How to Keep Your Brain Young– and Slow the Process of Aging (The Australian) - Read Article

10.25.14 Neuroscientists Push Back on Brain Game Claims (RedOrbit) - Read Article

10.22.14 Neuroscientists Speak Out Against Brain Game Hype (Science Mag) - Read Article

10.23.14 Can Video Games Fend Off Mental Decline? (The New York Times) - Read Article

09.22.14 Brain Injury Researcher Gives People With Brain Injuries Hope (KEYT News) - Watch Video

09.18.14 Science Channel's 'Hack My Brain' Redefines the Brain Game (Press Release) - View Press Release

09.18.14 Can You Make Yourself Smarter? (Mother Nature Network) - Read Article

09.17.14 SF Scientist Tells You How to 'Hack Your Brain' on Science Channel (San Francisco Gate) - Read Article

09.16.14 You Can Rewire an Aging Brain (Inquirer.net) - Read Article

08.04.14 What is Schizophrenia? Scientists Call for New Thinking (KQED) - Read Article

06.10.14 For Brain Fitness, Go to a Brain Gym (Inquirer.net) - Read Article

05.29.14 La Neuroplasticidad y Enfermedades Raras (The Huffington Post) - Read Article

05.16.14 Game Your Brain: The New Benefits of Neuroplasticity (Wired) - Read Article

04.29.14 Science or Sales? The Evidence and Application of Brain Training Games (Psychiatric Times) - Read Article

04.28.14 25 Ways to Make Your Brain More Efficient (Men's Fitness) - Read Article

04.25.14 Brain Fitness Comes to University of Miami and Your Home Computer to Boost Cognitive Health (Miami Herald) - Read Article

03.29.14 Memory Loss is Not an Automatic Side Effect of Aging (Times Online) - Read Article

03.02.14 Brain Exercise Vital: Use it or Lose it, Visiting Expert Dr. Michael Merzenich Warns Australians (ABC News) - Read Article

01.24.14 Flexing Mental Muscles Keeps Aging Brain Healthy (Star Tribune) - Read Article

01.23.14 UM Opens South Florida's First Brain Fitness Pavilion (Press Release) - View Press Release

01.13.14 Brain Training Helped Older Adults Stay Sharp for Years (Yahoo News) - Read Article

01.13.14 Study Find Long-lasting Results from Brain Exercises (Boston Globe) - Read Article

01.13.14 Landmark Study Shows Benefits of BrainHQ Training Last 10 Years (Press Release) - View Press Release

10.09.13 Improve Your Brain Quickly (The West Australian) - Read Article

10.03.13 A Quick Change of Mind (Sydney Morning Herald) - Read Article

10.01.13 Doctor to California for Brain Research (Taranaki Daily News) - Read Article

07.29.13 Mentally Fit (The New Yorker) - Read Article

06.01.13 Brain Fitness Can Include Playing Training Games on Computer (Los Angeles Times) - Read Article

05.15.13 Can You Train Your Brain? Luminosity, BrainHQ Say Yes (Fox News) - Read Article

05.14.13 Posit Science Supplies Brain Fitness Exercises for New AARP Service (Press Release) - View Press Release

05.14.13 When Computer Games May Keep the Brain Nimble (Wall Street Journal) - Read Article

05.13.13 Computer Games Reverse Mental Decline (Wall Street Journal) - Watch Video

05.07.13 What Makes Moms' Brains Better? (Press Release) - View Press Release

05.02.13 Study: 'Road Tour' Video Game Can Speed Up Your Mental Processes (Consumer Affairs) - Read Article

05.02.13 Video Game May Help Keep Aging Brains Sharp (WebMD) - Read Article

05.02.13 New Computer Game Can 'Make Your Brain Three Years Younger' in Ten Hours (Daily Mail) - Read Article

05.02.13 Computer Games Can 'Make Your Brain Younger', Study Finds (The Telegraph) - Read Article

05.01.13 A Little Brain Training Goes A Long Way (Nature) - Read Article

05.01.13 Brain Fitness Exercises Work; Crosswords Don't (Press Release) - View Press Release

04.15.13 SHARP MIND and Posit Science Joins Forces to Offer Brain Training to People in High-Risk Jobs (Press Release) - View Press Release

03.25.13 Join Easter Seals Train Your Brain Challenge with Posit Science (Press Release) - View Press Release

03.08.13 How Brain Training Games Can Help You Build Your Business (Entrepreneur) - Read Article

03.06.13 Will 'Call of Duty' Be Assigned for 10th Grade (Gaming) Homework? (Scientific American) - Read Article

02.18.13 Trying to Help Schizophrenics with Computer Brain Games (The Washington Post) - Read Article

02.12.13 Can You Hear Me Now? Training the Brain to Hear Better (Time Magazine) - Read Article

01.08.13 GreatCall and Posit Science Partner to Offer Mobile Brain Exercises on the Jitterbug Cell Phone (Press Release) - View Press Release

12.09.12 Use It or Lose It: The Principles of Brain Plasticity (mercola.com) - Read Article

10.16.12 Brain Training Shown Effective for HIV-related Cognitive Problems (Press Release) - View Press Release

10.05.12 Cleveland Browns Tight End Ben Watson Using Computer Program to Sharpen His Mind (Cleveland.com) - Read Article

10.01.12 Published Study Indicated Effectiveness of Brain Training for Chemobrain (Press Release) - View Press Release

08.31.12 Solution for Blast Rattled Troops May Makes Us All A Bit Smarter (Business Insider) - Read Article

08.23.12 Posit Science Launches BrainHQ (Press Release) - View Press Release

08.02.12 Working Out Your Brain (Washington Jewish Week) - Read Article

07.31.12 Brain Workout (Medical Xpress) - Read Article 

07.31.12 Games to Sharpen the Brain (Wall Street Journal) - Read Article

03.28.12 AAA Clubs Help Older Drivers Keep Driving Safely (Press Release) - View Press Release

02.29.12 Safer Over 70: Senior Drivers Keep the Keys (Wall Street Journal) - Read Article

02.22.12 Computer Program Helps Retain Brains of People With Schizophrenia (Boston NPR) - Read Article

06.17.11 Turning to Software to Help Treat Brain Injuries (New York Times) - Read Article

06.02.11 Posit Science Changes CEOs, Names Henry Mahncke Chief Executive (San Fransisco Business Times) - Read Article

04.27.09 Posit Science Raises $5.6M for Brain Fitness Software (Venture Beat) - Read Article

 

 

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