Brain Rules – Walking Book Club

The return of the Walking Book Club Lets kick this Walking Book Club off again!! Why walk and talk? …. The human brain became the most powerful in the world under conditions where motion was a...

June Walking Book Club – The Willpower Instinct by Kelly McGonigal

I’ve been a fan of Dr Kelly McGonigal ever since I saw her game-changing (for me) Ted Talk on stress. (Confession: I alternate between wishing I could be Kelly or Kali Byron from Mythbusters). In...

Increasing Brain Potential ‘The Exchange’ TV show

  The Exchange TV says their show is a little is like meeting with your friends in a coffee shop and discussing the everyday stuff that affects us all. And after spending the morning filming...

Does MEND reverse Alzheimer’s disease?

    In June 2016 a team from the Buck Institute of Ageing published the results of a small case series that used a technique called Metabolic Enhancement for NeuroDegeneration (MEND) to treat people with...

Free e-course – Principles of Neuroscience Masterclass

Health or wellness professional or coach?  This neuroscience Masterclass is for YOU! What has the brain got to do with coaching? Join my FREE Principles of Neuroscience for Coaches Master Class and I’ll reveal the...

July Walking Book Club – Brainwashed: the seductive appeal of mindless neuroscience

Neuroscience seems to offer daily insights into the very core of what it means to be human. But caution is advised. I’m the first to admit its easy to fall into the trap of ‘pop’...

Guess what? You’re not your job.

Thanks to Bek Lambert from Hacking Happiness for another savvy reminder of the blurring of the lines between work, home and self.  When you spend upwards of 50 hours a week at work, the separation between who...

How to walk away from Alzheimer’s disease

10,000 steps. That is the magic number of steps we should walk every day to improve our physical health and wellbeing. I love to walk at the beach, and one of my favourite walks to do...

March Walking Book Club – The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat

The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks was THE very first popular science book I read.  We were recommended it during my first year of my Neuroscience undergraduate degree....

Explainer: what is Alzheimer’s disease?

Explainer: what is Alzheimer’s disease? By Lauren Bartley, Neuroscience Research Australia and Yue Huang, Neuroscience Research Australia Alzheimer’s disease causes progressive damage to the brain, resulting in problems with memory, cognition, social engagement, and, ultimately,...

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