Category Archives: cognition

Learning A New Sport May Benefit the Brain

The Circle City is gearing up to watch the 100th running of the Indy 500, and the event that has been coined “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” is truly inspiring. Like most spectators, I often imagine what it would be … Continue reading

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Boredom Brilliance

“Mom, I’m bored…” that statement is like nails on a chalk board to me. Usually the complaint is announced by my 5 year old son when we are running errands or at one of his sister’s practices or shows. Guilty, … Continue reading

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There Are Harmful And Helpful Foods When It Comes To The Brain.

Can your candy, cake and cookies be the culprit of  decreasing your cognitive function?  Can your delicious fast food meal deal be contributing to your depression and anxiety?   More studies are showing a relationship between  certain foods and mental … Continue reading

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