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25 key resources on brain health

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SharpBrains has compiled 25 important resources discussed during the 2015 and 2016 SharpBrains Virtual Summits–where professionals from 15+ countries met (virtually) to reinvent brain health in the digital age.


The Dana website serves as a gateway to brain information.The Successful Aging & Your Brain program focuses on understanding how the brain works and maximizing brain function and health. The program includes live public forums, videos, and printed resources.
Dana also runs Brain Awareness Week.

Brain Awareness Week (BAW) is the global campaign to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research.Mark your calendars for future BAW campaign dates: March 12-18, 2018: March 11-17, 2019 


Midlife in the United States - A national study of Health and Wellbeing.


The main purpose of MIDUS is to collect in-depth, long-term information from a national sample of Americans about the many factors, such as work and family life, daily stressors, psychological outlooks, social relationships, and community, that influence their health (mental and physical) as they age. More recently, MIDUS is also assessing numerous biological and neurological factors that are part of explaining why some Americans remain healthy and vital as they grow older, while others do not.

"Over the past 20 years, we scientists have shown – in one brain area after another and in system after system – that the brain is actually highly adaptive (or plastic) in adults and remains so throughout life.” Dr Michael Merzenich. Read about the Brain Fitness Programme. - On the Brain.