SharpBrains.com Announces November Brain Fitness Q&A Series with Experts on Memory, Cognitive Health and Brain Training
WASHINGTON, Oct. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — SharpBrains.com, a leading source of research-based cognitive health and brain fitness information, presents a new Brain Fitness Conversations Series with three authors featured in AARP’s just released list of Best Books on Brain Fitness.
Tomorrow, November 1st, 2011, 2-3pm ET: Dr. Gary Small, Director of UCLA’s Memory Clinic and Center on Aging, and author of The Memory Bible: An Innovative Strategy for Keeping Your Brain Young (Hyperion, 2003), on memory techniques and brain-healthy lifestyles.
November 15th, 2011, 2-3pm ET: Alvaro Fernandez, CEO of SharpBrains.com and co-author of The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness:18 Interviews with Scientists, Practical Advice, and Product Reviews, to Keep Your Brain Sharp (SharpBrains, 2009), on how to navigate the growing maze of brain training products, services and claims.
November 22nd, 2011, 2-3pm ET: Dr. Paul Nussbaum, author of Save Your Brain: The 5 Things You Must Do to Keep Your Mind Young and Sharp (McGraw-Hill, 2010), on a holistic approach to brain health.
SharpBrains.com (http://www.SharpBrains.com/) is the top independent source of news, market analysis and informational resources for the growing cognitive health and brain fitness field. Selected by AARP as part of its Best Books Series, The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness is an invaluable guide that helps readers navigate growing brain research and identify the lifestyle factors and products that contribute to brain fitness. By gathering eighteen of the top scientists and offering insight, tools, and detailed descriptions of over twenty products, this text is an essential guide to the field of neuroplasticity and cognitive health. An accessible and thought-provoking read, this book also engages readers on emerging trends and forecasts of what the future will hold. While most of us have heard the phrase “use it or lose it,” very few understand what “it” means, or how to properly “use it” in order to maintain brain function and fitness. The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness is designed to fill this gap.
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