Resilience as a practice, not a personality trait

Resilience is a complex concept. As a society, we generally have positive associations with the idea of being resilient, but it is difficult to define exactly what resiliency is, and what makes someone resilient. If...

Engaging Millennial Minds – Let’s Get Physical

Higher levels of physical fitness are associated with better brain structure and higher cognitive function, but even a little bit of exercise can keep your brain from shrinking.  Exercise can also help improve your sleep...

Cognitive decline is associated with an accelerated rate of bone loss and increased fracture risk in women

Cognitive decline and osteoporosis often coexist and some evidence suggests a causal link. However, there are no data on the longitudinal relationship between cognitive decline, bone loss and fracture risk, independent...

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