What you do for your brain today plays a big role in what your brain can do for you tomorrow, next week, and long into your future. And while taking care of your brain doesn’t have to be complicated, being intentional about staying informed really helps.
A great way to stay up-to-date on brain-friendly activities, research and information is to get brain news delivered to your email inbox monthly and to your Facebook newsfeed daily. To do so, sign up for BrainBuzz, a monthly e-newsletter, and “Like” LearningRx at www.facebook.com/learningrx.
And if you have kids, go to www.thatbrainblog.com to download and print a colorful brain-healthy newsletter you can post on your fridge.
When your brain is performing well, it impacts every area of your life. Stay informed. Stay healthy. Live well.
Other helpful links:
Visit Brainfacts.org and learn how the brain’s 100 billion nerve cells are born, grow, connect, and function.
Answer 16 interesting questions about the brain (spoiler alert: The answers are printed beneath each question).
Visit Science Daily for the latest research news about the brain.
Check out this collection of The New York Times articles about the brain.
See what The Huffington Post has to say about the brain.
Surprise yourself with Smithsonian Magazine’s top 10 myths about the brain.