Like many parents, you may be concerned about the effects of using technology—such as tablets and smartphones—right before bed. And with good reason. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have publicly stated that exposure to blue light (and white light, which contains blue light) before bed can make it difficult to both fall asleep and stay asleep.
After losing a family member to COVID in 2020, my husband and I decided to enroll our kids in remote learning for the 2020-2021 school
From the Editor-in-Chief In 4th grade, my youngest son could not spell his own name. His brain had a problem. I discovered it standing in
As we navigate our uncertain and temporary at-home reality, things look a little different for many of us right now. One area that may be
We scoured the web to find 5 of the best websites on brain health.
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Ever wonder how some people seem to remember everything they learn and others struggle to keep simple facts straight for more than a few minutes?
Helping your child learn from home during this pandemic can be challenging for both of you. Dr. Amy Moore tackles this topic on her blog.
Ever wonder about the back story of an organization? Especially one dedicated to brain health? We sure do. It’s entertaining to dig around the internal
Parenting is hard. Parenting a child with ADHD can be even harder. Here are five must-read books on my bookshelf for parents of children with
With rising stress/anxiety levels in teens and young adults, a research team out of Cambridge explored the effects of mindfulness therapy on college students. The
Memory athletes are some of the best in the world at retaining information. They compete to see who can remember the most numbers, images, faces/names,
By Ryan Coyle, MBJ Staff Writer Want to see better grades in school? The Journal of Physical Activity and Health recently published a new study
By Ryan Coyle, MBJ Staff Writer Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can be deeply devastating for patients and their families, yet new research confirms the effectiveness
By Ryan Coyle, MBJ Staff Writer A staggering number of teens with mental health issues like depression and anxiety are not receiving the help they