KSU Summit: Doing the best for our brains

2018-05-04 53 words 1 min read

Dr. Natalie Caine-Bish, an associate professor in Kent State University’s School of Health Sciences, explored the different ways to eat for brain health, but she also said various approaches to brain health are interdependent. Conditions caused in part by lack of exercise can hurt the brain, for example. … (continue)

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