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Computerized Cognitive Training Could Improve Executive Function in Older Adults

Computerized Cognitive Training Could Improve Executive Function in Older Adults

Lisanne’s study on the effects of Computerized Cognitive Training (CCT) with and without physical exercise on cognitive function in older adults over an 8-week period found that CCT may promote executive function in older adults. Read about it here!

A Home Based Exercise Program could reduce Subsequent Falls in Older Adults

A Home Based Exercise Program could reduce Subsequent Falls in Older Adults

Our study on the Effect of a Home-Based Exercise Program on Subsequent Falls Among Community-Dwelling High-Risk Older Adults After a Fall was featured in JAMA, and concluded that a home-based exercise program could greatly reduce subsequent falls in older adults, Read all about it here!

Better Sleep Could Improve Brain Health Among Older Adults

Better Sleep Could Improve Brain Health Among Older Adults

VCHRI featured our Buying Time study in this article! Read the article to find out more about the importance of sleep quality for brain health and cognitive function here!

Aerobic Exercise and Brain Health

Aerobic Exercise and Brain Health

Aerobic exercise is good for you, so get to it! This article covers the benefits of aerobic training and how it promotes brain health. Read more here!

Exercise Can Boost Brain Power

Exercise Can Boost Brain Power

We are featured in Shape! The benefits of living an active lifestyle are discussed in this article. Read all about it here.

Consistency is Key to Maintaining A Healthy Brain

Consistency is Key to Maintaining A Healthy Brain

A recent Vancouver Coastal Health article on a paper published by our own Dr. John Best! Read more here.

Our Lab at IAGG 2017!

Our Lab at IAGG 2017!

Our Researchers on site at IIAG 2017 in San Francisco! (left to right: Jennifer Davis , Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose, Cindy Barha, and Lisanne ten Brinke)

The Case for Strength

The Case for Strength

This Experience Life article features Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose and discusses how strength training can support overall health as we age. Check it out here!

Walking Has Benefits for Dementia

Walking Has Benefits for Dementia

A recent New York Times piece (by Gretchen Reynolds ) on a paper published by our own Liang Hsu! Read more here!

Exercise As the Best Medicine for Your Brain

Exercise As the Best Medicine for Your Brain

We are featured in the LA Times! This article covers the benefits of exercise for brain health. Read more here!