Category: Cognitive and Brain Health

Information, education, and resources to keep your brain and level of cognitive functioning healthy

Late-Life Depression

Despite depression being one of the most common emotional challenges for older adults, it is not a normal part of aging.  Rather it presents within the context of events and conditions that increase the risk of depression, and these of

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Fatigue- what is it

Fatigue has a few definitions. It is the awareness of reduced capacity to do a physical or mental activity OR the subjective sense of reduced or lack of energy (i.e. lassitude). Either way, fatigue is considered a subjective experience. As

Supporting your Cognitive and Brain Health

There is in the meantime plenty of research evidence showing the benefits of physical exercise and activity.  In fact, the latter probably is stating the obvious given how mainstream and socially acceptable physical exercise has become in society.   The benefits