Published on: January 14, 2019
Mental health is as important as physical health, yet almost 50% of those suffering from depression or anxiety will not seek medical support, in part, due to stigma.
Clinical Psychologist Dr. Nasreen Khatri and Clinical Reseacher Dr. Andre Iaboni weigh in on the difference between brain health and mental heath and share how we can maintain our cognitive vitality, stimulate our brains as we age, reduce the stigma attached to mental health issues, and explore whether women are at greater risk.
Recorded on October 23, 2018 at the MaRS Discovery District, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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