1807 - The Healthy Aging Brain: Good News from Modern Neuroscience
Some people seem to “age gracefully,” gliding through the second half of life. How do they do that? Then there are the rest of us. We seem to be slowing down and our senses aren’t as sharp as they used to be. We have memory problems and no longer sleep through the night. Are there things we can do to age more gracefully? It was traditionally thought that the brain was fully formed by adulthood, but in recent years neuroscience has discovered that our brains change throughout our lives. In this course we’ll learn how you can take advantage of this exciting new research to optimize brain fitness, to meet everyday challenges and enhance the quality of your life at any age.
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PAUL ROHDE received his BS and MS degrees from the Illinois Institute of Technology as well an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University with concentrations in Economics and Finance. He is retired from a career in the business of Information Technology and has continued a lifelong study of issues involving science, finance and economics.