November 26, 2014

brain health


  • How Aging Brains Adapt

    How Aging Brains Adapt

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Nearly all people experience some form of cognitive decline in later life. Yet many older people function just fine in the workplace and daily life. Three new scientific papers suggest why this might be.

  • Why Neck Manipulation May Be Risky
    Wellness Tip

    Why Neck Manipulation May Be Risky

    by Berkeley Wellness

    A recent study suggests that there may be a risk between chiropractic manipulations of the neck and a type of neck artery injury called cervical artery dissection. This type of injury is a notable cause of stroke in young and middle-aged people.

  • Walking in Nature
    Be Well

    Walking in Nature

    by John Swartzberg, M.D.

    Exercising regularly is important, of course, but there's something special about doing so out in nature. Perhaps working out in the great outdoors gives your brain a respite from the multitasking of everyday life.