Huffington Post on Brain Aging and Cognitive Enhancement
From Today's News on Brain-Training, a few gems. Nintendo Brain Age was found to improve cognitive performance in a group of healthy adults. When added to those game developers showing efficacy, a whole new age is opening in the success of these tools to really make a difference. Cognitive Labs has been involved in fomenting this nascent industry since the 2000's midpoint, for the interested reader and game-player who wants useful tools that can really speed up the brain.
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