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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

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Recalibrating the Mind of Our Nation’s Warriors

The time for action is now to address the immense needs of our nation's warfighters. Every day we fail to act, more lives are lost to suicide than killed in action from combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Your Next Psychologist May Prescribe “The Legend of Zelda”

Mashable editor, Matt Petronzio, interviewed BrainHealth's Virtual Reality team about their work to impact the lives of those with social cognition deficits.

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Q & A with Dr. Sandra Chapman

How did the Center for BrainHealth come to be? BrainHealth's founder and chief director, Dr. Sandra Chapman tells us exactly that and more in this Q & A session.
By: The Center for BrainHealth

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Bipolar Study Seeks to Add Side-Effect Free Approach to Brain Disorder

New Center for BrainHealth study investigates benefits of high performance brain training in individuals with bipolar disorder.
By: The Center for BrainHealth

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Give Your Brain a Break This Summer

Do your brains -- and yourselves -- a favor this summer. Take a vacation.

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Addressing Head Injuries in Athletes of All Ages

BrainHealth's founder and chief director, Dr. Sandi Chapman, address the controversial topic of concussions in athletes.
By: Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D.

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Join the Brain Health Movement and Make Your Brain Smarter

Dr. Chapman, in her career quest to maximize cognitive potential across the entire lifespan, revolutionizes the way we think about and care for our brains in a new book, Make Your Brain Smarter.
By: The Center for BrainHealth

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Kids’ Brain Injuries Can Cause Lingering Problems For Years

"No matter the severity of the injury, the key is finding interventions that help, and at BrainHealth we've found something that has proven to be effective no matter the time frame from the initial injury. It's never too late to promote healing in our most 'plastic' organ - the brain."
By: The Center for BrainHealth

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