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Brain Health: An Update and Overview of Generations' Special Edition

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Thursday, March 1, 2012

10:00 AM Pacific / 11:00 AM Mountain / 12:00 PM Central / 1:00 PM Eastern

Journalists Exchange on Aging Briefing 
Presented by MindAlert
Sponsored by MetLife Foundation

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This web seminar will provide an update on some of the latest research in the area of the brain, emerging areas of interest and application within brain health, and discuss the purpose and content of the special edition of Generations dedicated to brain health.

Participants in this web seminar will:

  • Learn the basics of the human brain, including neural plasticity, neurogenesis, and brain reserve.
  • Understand the connection between lifestyle and its impact on the human brain.
  • Receive details about emerging trends and areas of interest within, as well as the future direction of, brain health.
  • Learn about the special edition of Generations dedicated to brain health.


Dr. Paul Nussbaum is a neuropsychologist with expertise in the aging brain and disorders that affect the brain. He champions a proactive brain health lifestyle across the lifespan to maximize the health and potential of the brain. His work is geared to the general public and is international in scope. Please visit


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