May 28, 2015
Epilepsy affects around 3 million people in the US. Learn more about epilepsy's triggers and risk factors.
Categorized as: Neurosurgery and Brain Health
Tagged with: brain health, epilepsy, infographic, medical mondays, neurosurgery, seizures
Article - 3 Minute Read
February 14, 2015
What we eat affects our memory, cognition, mood, and focus. Learn how everyday spices can boost your brain power.
Medically Reviewed by Neurosurgery
Categorized as: Neurosurgery and Brain Health, Nutrition
Tagged with: Alzheimer's disease, brain boost, brain health, curcumin, dementia, depression, spices, turmeric
December 29, 2014
Learn more about how bad habits, including substance and alcohol abuse, poor diet, and lack of reading, can negatively affect your brain.
Tagged with: addiction, alcohol, bad habits, brain health, depression, insomnia, junk food, lack of sleep, magnesium, memory loss, permanent mood disorders, Reading, sleep deprivation, smoking, toxic chemicals, vitamin b1, Vitamin B1 deficiency
Article - 2 Minute Read
December 1, 2014
Learn more about the part of your brain that makes you...you. The frontal lobe. Learn more about the frontal lobe's core responsibilities.
Tagged with: brain, brain health, emotional control center, frontal lobe, memory centers, movement, parts of the brain, social interaction
June 18, 2014
Should you eat farmed salmon instead of wild salmon? Learn about the distinctions between the two and the health benefits of eating this tasty fish.
Medically Reviewed by UPMC
Categorized as: Nutrition
Tagged with: brain health, broodstock salmon, contamination, farmed salmon, Heart Health, nervous system, omega-3 fatty acids, parasites, pollution, salmon, wild salmon