April 2011 Monthly Bulletin Use It or Lose It

Use It or Lose It

"Use it or lose it" is familiar advice when it comes to keeping your mind and body strong. In this month’s newsletter, we take a closer look at this saying. And we explore new understandings about the workings of our amazing brains.

Be sure to watch for our webinar on Ways to Help Avoid Alzheimer’s Disease in April!

In This Edition
The Amazing Brain
Smart goals lead to achievement
Exercise: It goes right to your head
Where are my keys?

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Head Starts

The Amazing Brain

Recent research shows that the brain never stops forming new neural connections – or pathways of learning. More...

En Español

Worklife Balance

Smart goals lead to achievement

The SMART system of goal setting can help you set exercise goals that are Specific, Measurable, Action-oriented, Realistic and Timed. More...

En Español

Health View

Exercise: It goes right to your head

We all know that exercise helps keep our bodies in good condition. Now research shows that exercise can also help keep our brains fit. More...

En Español

Memory Lapse - or More?

Where are my keys?

Have you ever lost your keys, forgotten someone’s name – or totally blanked on a word you were sure you knew? Most of us have! So should you be concerned about Alzheimer’s Disease? More...

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