Published on: March 13, 2018
Those with heart-healthy habits in their 20s tend to have larger, healthier brains in their 40s. The brain is highly dependent on a healthy heart and circulatory system to work right, so it makes sense that heart-healthy living would result in a healthier brain.
Highlights from our event held in Toronto with guests Dr. Walter Montanera, Dr. Elizabeth Chertkow, Erin Carroll and Dina Pestonji on December 6, 2017.
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Our event with Dr. Wendy Suzuki explaining how higher levels of physical fitness are associated with better brain structure and higher cognitive function. Highlights video.
Enjoy these highlights from our Engaging Millennial Minds Chew on This virtual event with celebrity chef Mark McEwan.
Highlights from our Women's Brain Health Day 2020 event.
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