On My Nerves – Cognitive Consequences of Midlife Stress

Women are affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia in much larger numbers than men. Approximately two-thirds of Canadians and Americans living with dementia are women. Why are women disproportionately affected? Partly, it...

Chew on This

Your brain is affected by what you eat! Join us Thurs. Jan. 21st for an engaging culinary virtual event. Featuring Special Guest              MARK McEWAN Celebrity Chef and Restauranteur With...

Women reporting greater levels of anxiety and depression and lower sleep quality during COVID

Sex and gender differences seem to play a role in the individuals’ psychological and behavioral reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic. These differences need to be considered in planning targeted psychological interventions. Although effective in...

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