How does the brain change with age? Part #1 Cam-CAN project overview

The Cam-CAN project is about ageing over the whole adult lifespan from 18 to 88 and beyond. And what we do know is that the brain changes dramatically as we get older, in all of us, and yet some cognitive functions remain apparently unaffected. So our language, certainly our language comprehension, is pretty much unaffected as we get older, whereas […]

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Mental Health Matters: Depression and Anxiety in Older Adults

– What I want to tell you right now, whether you are 10 years old, a high school student, a university student, whether you are a professional in the middle of your life or whether you’re older than that, it does not matter. Depression, and most mental illnesses, rob us of our self esteem and our confidence. And that’s the […]

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The Power of a Pet | Rustin Moore | TEDxOhioStateUniversity

Translator: Theresa Ranft Reviewer: Leonardo Silva How many of you grew up with a pet, or have one now? Wow! That looks about right. Actually, over 70% of people in America have at least one pet or companion animal. In fact, kids are more likely to live with a pet than they are with their biological father or siblings. And […]

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Loneliness

Everybody feels lonely from time to time. When we have no one to sit next to at lunch, when we move to a new city, or when nobody has time for us at the weekend. But over the last few decades, this occasional feeling has become chronic for millions. In the UK, 60% of 18 to 34-year-olds say they often […]

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Causes and Treatments for Balance Disorders with Experts from Stanford Hospital’s Balance Center

Oh thank you very much well this is exciting for us and as you can see from the title slide this is a work in progress so forgive us if it’s not completely finished yet but this we wanted to start with a the title of our new program at Stanford called the Stanford balance Center which is the development […]

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