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Never have we seen a team of scientists work harder or with more passion than those at the Center for BrainHealth.

Debbie Francis, Board Chair


How Depression Can Hinder Memory

Center for BrainHealth’s Dr. Bart Rypma talks with KERA about his lab’s most recent findings on how depression can hinder memory.

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7 Things that happen to your body when you smoke pot

Center for BrainHealth's Director of Cognitive Neuroscience Research in Addictive Disorders Dr. Francesca Filbey talks with Marie Claire Magazine about marijuana’s effects on the body and brain.

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Brainomics: How Improving Brain Health Impacts the Economy

Learn how improving cognitive health can impact the field of education and thus impact our brain health bottom line in Dr. Sandra Chapman's latest blog.

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Books and Brainpower

Center for BrainHealth’s Adolescent Reasoning Initiative Director, Dr. Jacque Gamino, spoke with WFAA's Shelly Slater and addressed reading for kids and students.

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Making progress on veterans’ suicide prevention bill

Center for BrainHealth founder and chief director Dr. Sandra Chapman addresses the Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act and the importance of the Center's research and programs for service members.

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Exercise May Tone Up Women’s Bodies and Minds

Center for BrainHealth founder and chief director, Dr. Sandra Chapman comments on a recently published study looking at how exercise impacts the brain of young women.

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Wounded Marine: Why American Sniper’s Chris Kyle Was a Real Hero

Brain Performance Institute Warrior Relations Specialist and retired U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Jacob Schick shares how the blockbuster film 'American Sniper' can make a difference in the lives of warriors, their families, and the American public.

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Depressive thoughts reduce short-term memory, study finds

People with present depressive thoughts may experience a 12 percent reduction in memory function compared to individuals who are not depressed, suggests a study from the Center for BrainHealth.

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