Books & Research
Inside this book you will learn:
The Nun Study
”The Nun Study has certainly been pioneering,” said Dr. Richard Suzman, chief of demography and population epidemiology at the National Institute on Aging. ”It’s helped change the paradigm about how people think about aging and Alzheimer’s disease.”
By studying 678 nuns — at this convent and six others in the order, in Connecticut, Maryland, Texas, Wisconsin, Missouri and Illinois — Dr. David A. Snowdon, an epidemiologist at the University of Kentucky, and colleagues have come up with tantalizing clues and provocative theories over the years.
Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain
A groundbreaking investigation into the transformative effects of exercise on the brain from a renowned psychiatrist.
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The MIND Diet: A Scientific Approach to Enhancing Brain Function and Helping Prevent Alzheimer’s and Dementia
(Moon, 2016). A guide to a new breakthrough diet that’s shown to keep your mind sharp as you age.