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Monthly Archives: April 2015

April 2015 Update: Latest neu­ro­science stud­ies, neu­rotech­nol­ogy news and brain fit­ness insights

. Time for Sharp­Brains’ April e-newsletter, wrap­ping up this month’s key neu­ro­science stud­ies, neu­rotech­nol­ogy news and brain fit­ness insights…and including a fun brain teaser at the end….
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The best brain supplement to delay memory and thinking decline: A mentally stimulating job

. Challenging Work Tasks May Have an Upside for the Brain (new study): “Professionals whose jobs require more speaking, developing strategies, conflict resolution and…
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Next: EEG systems getting ready to integrate brain activity monitoring into daily living

. Digital tattoo lets you control devices with mind power alone (New Scientist): “WHAT’S on your mind? For £79, anyone can buy a headset…
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Next: NeuroGaming conference + ESCoNS Summit in San Francisco

. Heads-up about a great upcoming event. The NeuroGaming 2015 Conference and Expo on May 6–7 is the place where mind and body meet…
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Upcoming online course on ADHD treatments to include com­ple­men­tary 1-year treat­ment mon­i­tor­ing system

. Great news: SharpBrains’ upcoming course How to Navigate Conventional and Complementary ADHD Treatments for Healthy Brain Development will include a complementary treatment monitoring system for 1-year to course participants….
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Why addressing brain health priorities requires open science

Description of talk (8 minutes): Why open science? The reasons are many, but here are a few: our service members returning from 14 years…
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New $100M investment in Canada to accelerate brain health innovation

. Brain research at Toronto health centre gets $100M funding boost in federal budget (National Post): “Ottawa is helping fund a $100 million initiative…
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Study: Dietary interventions can help children with ADHD (especially with proper monitoring and adjustment)

Are dietary interventions effective for treating ADHD? This has been a controversial question over the years with strong proponents on both sides of the…
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Putting the ‘education’ in ‘educational’ apps

New apps developed for children come online every day and many of them are marketed or labeled as ‘educational’ — but how can we…
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Childhood syndrome combining lung disease, arthritis identified

Using the latest genome sequencing techniques, a research team has identified a new autoimmune syndrome characterized by a combination of severe lung disease and…
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Global pandemic of fake medicines poses urgent risk, scientists say

Poor quality medicines are an urgent threat that could undermine decades of successful efforts to combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and TB, according to experts. Scientists…
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Fake malaria drugs not as common as previously reported

A rigorous analysis of antimalarial drug quality conducted in Cambodia and Tanzania found no evidence of fake medicines, according to new research. Previous reports…
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