Published on: October 8, 2016
Thanks to our new partnership with Brain Canada, we’re thrilled to bring you the latest edition of MIND OVER MATTER, Women’s Brain Health Initiative’s publication advocating healthy living, brain health awareness and improved brain research.
Inside you’ll find interviews with leading scientists, interesting brain health facts, tips to help maintain your cognitive vitality and vital information for caregivers.
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