Optimizing Your Brain

By Dr. Nadia Noori The brain is our most powerful and important organ, guiding every aspect of our lives. And when it’s not functioning optimally, we feel it. From day-to-day fogginess, the inability to focus, and learning troubles, to chronic diseases like Alzheimer’s and...
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Recall A Time Feeling Better Than You Do Now?

 Loss of optimal functioning may be experienced as a result of a variety of reasons. Hereditary conditions, head traumas, stroke, and of course, chronic stress, all give rise to a subset of symptoms such as brain fog, fatigue, depression, hyperactivity, lack of motivation, and...
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Thursday Night Doctor Talks–Series 7–Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)

Caused by repeated brain injuries, CTE is becoming an ever-increasing “hot topic” in medicine. This condition is not only a concern for athletes in high contact sports that have experienced frequent concussions, but those who have served in the armed forces as well.  A discussion...
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Brain Injury Tool Kit

Despite the presence of 8 cranial bones that serve to aid in the protection of the most stress-vulnerable organ in the body, the brain is no stranger to injury. Be it a mild bump on the head or a blunt trauma with or without loss of consciousness, one thing is for certain:...
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