Dr. Daniel Amen is one of the world’s leading experts on brain health. He talks with Growing Bolder to offer practical tips and ways to improve your brain and thereby your entire body. Start feeling better today with his simple steps.
Do you text and tweet and post and drive and check your email and do all this multitasking? Do you realize what it’s doing to your brain? Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin has the surprising answer.
We are drowning in data with expectations to make more complex and faster decisions than ever before. Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin says this is a really bad habit for our brains. Get his tips for getting out of this trap.
At age 92, flutist and teacher Robert Willoughby has already lived an extraordinary life, playing in some of the world’s most respected orchestra’s and developing many first chair musicians. Learn why he’s still passionate about teaching and music.
Jim Karol is the world’s greatest mentalist. Now in his 60s, he says he’s healthier, sharper and more energetic than ever and he did it by tapping into his mental Fountain of Youth. He shares his brain training techniques.
The more things you explore, the more likely you’ll be to enjoy life longer. Researcher Josh Kaufman offers proof it’s never too late to learn new skills, take up new hobbies and even master something new. Find out how old dogs CAN learn new tricks.
A former college arts professor, whose work is in the Smithsonian, is the unlikely ringleader behind a brain health philosophy that is gaining support from big brains across the country. Find out why he wants you to stop exercising and start playing.
Can Alzheimer’s be cured by the foods you eat (or don’t eat)? Neal Barnard, M.D., a leading advocate for good nutrition and using nutritional intervention to cure whatever ails us, offers tips to boost your brain health with power foods.
You’ve heard that blueberries are a superfood, and they just got mightier. Not only can they help ward off diseases and keep you healthy but they just might improve your brain health. Growing Bolder’s nutrition expert Dr. Susan Mitchell explains.
He’s been deemed the greatest Sunday crossword puzzle creator in the world and has even appeared on an episode of “The Simpsons.” But Merl Reagle says his games aren’t just fun — they’re also good for your brain.