How often do you think about the health of your brain?

Well, that’s what we’re all about – brain health
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Why is this important?

Maintaining a healthy brain day to day is important, but keeping a focus on this in the longer term has wider significance.

This is because research has begun to indicate that it is possible to lower the risk of developing neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s – in part by maintaining a healthy brain.

This means that it may be possible to prevent or delay the onset of such diseases.

How can we help?

At Brain Health Network, we’re working with academics at leading institutions around the world to learn more about the latest research they’re doing related to brain health.

 

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Prof Jeremy Spencer University of Reading

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Prof Gill Livingston University College London

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Dr Phil Burnet University of Oxford

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Prof Kirk Erickson University of Pittsburgh

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Prof Phil Haydon Tufts University

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Yaakov Stern Columbia University

find out more about their work

We want to help explain their findings and recommendations in a clear and understandable way, so you don’t have to read through any academic journals (but you’ll still be able to find the source material, if you’re interested).

We’re here to help you look after your brain health.

There is a lot we can all do to help look after our brain as the years go by, through simple lifestyle factors:

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What can you do now to improve the health of your brain? Read our Simple Steps guide to find out.

Read the guide
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