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Published on: October 26, 2017
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
Interested in obtaining copies of MIND OVER MATTER®, Women’s Brain Health Initiative’s compelling magazine filled with interesting articles on the best ways to protect your cognitive vitality, for an upcoming book club read?
We’ve received thousands of requests for additional copies of MIND OVER MATTER®, many coming from women who have taken their copy of the magazine to their book club to show their friends and discovered the high level of interest for reading and discussing the articles from their members.
Thanks to the generosity of our partner Brain Canada, along with Margaret Nightingale (one of our most ardent supporters), and Beverly Elaschuk, who graciously volunteered to oversee the book club initiative with the support of her own book club members,Women’s Brain Health Initiative is pleased to provide your club copies of MIND OVER MATTER® free of charge!
If you’d like to participate in Women’s Brain Health Book Club Initiative and receive copies of an edition* of MIND OVER MATTER®, please visit our website HERE or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*while quantities last
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