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“I went through Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and am now a completely different woman” ….read the original article.
Researchers report mice can retain their memories and ability to learn when almost all ApoE is removed from the brain but kept present in the liver to filter cholesterol. View original article
During a delicious lunch over vegetarian-Indian food, we have had a chance to meet in person the popular actress Sylvia Day and talk about our common interests. We have chatted extensively about nearly everything, from the typical WBP themes (challenges facing women in society, the burden of caregiving and the lack of proper scientific [...]
The Global Alliance on Women’s Brain health (Involving representatives of the Women’s Brain Health Initiative (womensbrainhealth.org), Womensagainstalzheimer (WeWontWaitCampaign.org), Alzheimer research UK (alzheimersresearchuk.org) and 21st century brain trust (21CBT.org), has kindly invited us to join their conversation at the [...]
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Researchers report downregulating amygdala activity may improve behavioral emotion. Read it on neuroscience.com.
Learn more about the Health e-Brain study. Caregiving is hard. Now, caregivers can help scientists learn how the experience impacts brain performance. Join here. Caregiving for Alzheimer’s patients affects a caregiver’s health. Help researchers develop a new “Mobile Mirror”. Click here. Calling all Caregivers! Join the Health-eBrain study [...]
World Mental Health Day is observed on 10 October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health. The day provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues to talk about their work, and what more needs […]