Brain Boost: For people who have persistent symptoms after a traumatic brain injury

Neurology Now highlighted Drs. Chapman and Krawczyk’s DoD-funded study focused on traumatic brain injury in the February/March issue.

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Companies like Aetna and Goldman Sachs turn to meditation to soothe the corporate soul

David Gelles, a business reporter for the New York Times and author of Mindful Work: How Meditation Is Changing Business From the Inside Out, embarked on his own meditation journey as a college student and has traveled across the country studying companies use of mindful practices in hopes of bettering both the employees and the company as a whole.

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Why You Need to Know Sandra Bond Chapman

D CEO magazine features Dr. Sandi Chapman in its Jan/Feb 2016 issue Trends to Watch and North Texas Newsmakers section.

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Food for Thought: Eating for Brain Health in Middle Adulthood

Dianna Purvis Jaffin, director of strategy and programs for the Center for BrainHealth's Brain Performance Institute at the University of Texas, comments on nutrition and brain health in a recent U.S. News article.

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How to Handle MS “Brain Fog”

Center for BrainHealth's Dr. Bart Rypma is featured in this WebMD article discussing brain fog associated with multiple sclerosis.

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Help Your Child Build a Better Brain

The Center for BrainHealth's Dr. Lori Cook talks about the teenage brain, and a teen SMART participant’s father shares the family's experience in January’s DFW Child Magazine.

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6 Habits To Improve Your Memory and Boost Your Brain Health

Dr. Sandra Chapman comments on memory and brain health boosting tips in an on online article for Entrepreneur magazine.

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World Renowned Brain Experts to Lead Center for BrainHealth’s Annual Public Lecture Series

The Brain: An Owner’s Guide four-part lecture series sponsored by The Container Store begins February 2, 2016.
By: The Center for BrainHealth

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