Click to Share
 
 
  1. Latest News
  2. Submit Press Release
  1. PR Home
  2. Latest News
  3. Feeds
  4. Alerts
  5. Submit Free Press Release
  6. Journalist Account
  7. PRNewswire Distribution
Filter News
Show All Results
News By Country
News By Tag
Brain Remove
Related Tags


July 2014
We Tu Mo Su Sa Fr Th
23 22 21 20 19 18 17

brain Press Releases

  + XML/RSS  



By The BrainWare Company
Using BrainWare SAFARI Cognitive Skills Development Software Raises Test Scores

By American Academy of Neurology
Researchers may have identified key genes linked to why some people have a higher tolerance for pain than others, according to a study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 66th Annual Meeting in Philadelphia,...

By American Academy of Neurology
Older people who have apathy but not depression may have smaller brain volumes than those without apathy, according to a new study published in the April 16, 2014, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

By Skull Base Institute
Skull Base Institute Finds No Incidents of Death, Stroke or Blindness During Procedure and Less Than 6% Recurrence of Pituitary Tumors Among 1,800+ Patients

By The BrainWare Company
The BrainWare Company has announced the recipients of the BrainWare Brain Awareness Week Grants Program, recogniizing Brain Awareness Week, March 10-16, 2014 (www.dana.org).

By Brain Research Foundation
Brain Research Foundation convenes top area neuroscientists and students for seminars and competitive poster session

By Encephalitis Global. Inc.
Encephalitis Global, Inc. is proud to join to celebrate and raise awareness!

By Crowell Public Library
Everyone’s heard the old adage, “If you don’t use it, you’ll lose it,” and that is not only true of our muscles, but our brains.  They need exercise too.

By University of Houston
Supported by $100K Alzheimer’s Association Grant, Initial Results Published in PLoS

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
New peer-reviewed research finds that 30 minutes' exposure to LTE cellphone radiation affects brain activity on both sides of the brain.

By Life Enlightenment
In a new book called “Dream to Freedom,” authors Robert and Lynne Hoss describe the many processes occurring in the dreaming brain, and how they relate to the unconscious mind.

By The Mind Aware
Dana Wilde, Entrepreneur and Brain-Training Authority, releases new book – Train Your Brain: How to Build a Million Dollar Business in Record Time.

By Learning Enhancement Corporation
Cognitive Skills Development Leads Portfolio of Brain-Based Strategies to Yield Even Higher Student Achievement

By Nujanre
Exercise creativity and challenge your puzzle skills in this original board-puzzle game for Android.

By Shetty's Research
Dr. Pavan Shetty, Who received his Ph.D in Neurochemistry from national Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience in 2003, began his postdoctoral research  career in USA at the world renowned Institution National Institutes of Health, MD, USA from.

By Dahn Yoga
Dahn Yoga to Host Inspirational Documentary Screening and lecture with producer and NY Time Best-selling Author, Ilchi Lee - Sunday June 23rd, Cullen Performance Hall.

By Pragya Publications
Summary: Obama administration recently announced its plan to fund brain mapping project expressing the hope that this project will demystify human brain.

By Cobb Criminal Defense Law Firm
Florida criminal defense attorney Stephen G. Cobb and Dr. Daniel Amen teach a joint Continuing Legal Education/Continuing Medical Education seminar on the use of neuro-imaging for criminal law cases.

By The Kineo Group
Dr. Ravi Allada Leads Investigation into Effects of Sleep Cycles on Age-Related Neurodegeneration

By CADASIL Association
CADASIL is one of approximately 7,000 rare diseases affecting 30 million Americans. CADASIL is now listed at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society as a condition a doctor needs to rule out before diagnosing a patient with MS.

All Press Releases

By The BrainWare Company
Using BrainWare SAFARI Cognitive Skills Development Software Raises Test Scores

By Mutlu Creative
Trigger video flashbacks in this sentimental new puzzle game for iOS.

By The BrainWare Company
10 Fun Ways to Keep the Whole Family’s Brains Growing This Summer

By Crowell Public Library
For the past four months, Crowell Public Library in San Marino has been offering Dakim Brain Fitness on a trial basis to see if it was something patrons would utilize -- and utilize they did -- to such an extent the Library has acquired two Dakim Fitness.

By American Academy of Neurology
Researchers may have identified key genes linked to why some people have a higher tolerance for pain than others, according to a study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 66th Annual Meeting in Philadelphia,...

By American Academy of Neurology
Older people who have apathy but not depression may have smaller brain volumes than those without apathy, according to a new study published in the April 16, 2014, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

By Skull Base Institute
Skull Base Institute Finds No Incidents of Death, Stroke or Blindness During Procedure and Less Than 6% Recurrence of Pituitary Tumors Among 1,800+ Patients

By The BrainWare Company
The BrainWare Company has announced the recipients of the BrainWare Brain Awareness Week Grants Program, recogniizing Brain Awareness Week, March 10-16, 2014 (www.dana.org).

By Red Slice
In Honor of March as Brain Injury Awareness Month, Maria Ross Shares Her Humorous and Heartwarming Story to Help Others

By Brain Research Foundation
Brain Research Foundation convenes top area neuroscientists and students for seminars and competitive poster session

By Encephalitis Global. Inc.
Encephalitis Global, Inc. is proud to join to celebrate and raise awareness!

By Crowell Public Library
Everyone’s heard the old adage, “If you don’t use it, you’ll lose it,” and that is not only true of our muscles, but our brains.  They need exercise too.

By University of Houston
Supported by $100K Alzheimer’s Association Grant, Initial Results Published in PLoS

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
New peer-reviewed research finds that 30 minutes' exposure to LTE cellphone radiation affects brain activity on both sides of the brain.

By Life Enlightenment
In a new book called “Dream to Freedom,” authors Robert and Lynne Hoss describe the many processes occurring in the dreaming brain, and how they relate to the unconscious mind.

By The Mind Aware
Dana Wilde, Entrepreneur and Brain-Training Authority, releases new book – Train Your Brain: How to Build a Million Dollar Business in Record Time.

By The PNP Agency™
LOS ANGELES – On a postcard-perfect Southern California morning, George Visger is pissing blood.

By Learning Enhancement Corporation
Cognitive Skills Development Leads Portfolio of Brain-Based Strategies to Yield Even Higher Student Achievement

By society for neuroscience
World’s largest meeting on the brain features latest research discoveries in science, health

By South Nassau Communities Hospital
The study includes data from 58,353 patients who received tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) within 4.5 hours of acute ischemic stroke symptom onset at 1,395 hospitals that participate in the Get With The Guidelines (GWTG®)-Stroke Program.

By Yaeger Public Relations
According to the American Cancer Society, about 22,300 persons in the U.S. will be diagnosed with malignant tumors of the brain or spinal cord. Malignant brain tumors contain cancer cells that are usually fast growing and invade surrounding tissue.

By Nujanre
Exercise creativity and challenge your puzzle skills in this original board-puzzle game for Android.

By Super Tao Inc
As our brain ages, and undergoes subtle changes, it often needs a boost to perform as we have come to expect it to. Read more about one of the ways simply consuming sugary foods can prevent a potential disaster.

By German Center for Research and Innovation
Discussion with Inga Koerte, Robert Stern, and Alan Schwarz on the effects of sports-related concussion on neurobehavior and health on June 3, 2013

By Shetty's Research
Dr. Pavan Shetty, Who received his Ph.D in Neurochemistry from national Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience in 2003, began his postdoctoral research  career in USA at the world renowned Institution National Institutes of Health, MD, USA from.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – Older people with a history of migraines and depression may have smaller brain tissue volumes than people with only one or neither of the conditions, according to a new study in the May 22, 2013, online issue of Neurology®...

By Dahn Yoga
Dahn Yoga to Host Inspirational Documentary Screening and lecture with producer and NY Time Best-selling Author, Ilchi Lee - Sunday June 23rd, Cullen Performance Hall.

By Yaeger Public Relations
Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, and is a leading cause of long-term severe disability.

By Pragya Publications
Summary: Obama administration recently announced its plan to fund brain mapping project expressing the hope that this project will demystify human brain.

By Music Wizard Next Gen
Date: 03/16/2013 Contact: Chris Salter, 813-505-2995, Chris@MusicWizard.com, www.PianoWizardAcademy.com An amazing real life example how music, particularly piano, can grow the brains of even severely challenged special needs children.

By Cobb Criminal Defense Law Firm
Florida criminal defense attorney Stephen G. Cobb and Dr. Daniel Amen teach a joint Continuing Legal Education/Continuing Medical Education seminar on the use of neuro-imaging for criminal law cases.

By Logik State
The objective of ‘Sand Slides’ is to control the coloured grains of sand dispensed from the containers at the top of the screen into the correct color-coded hoppers at the bottom of the screen by drawing slides and buckets with your finger.

By The Kineo Group
Dr. Ravi Allada Leads Investigation into Effects of Sleep Cycles on Age-Related Neurodegeneration

By Georganne Bickle, Author/Speaker
PHOENIX November 28, 2012 — “A Good Brain Washing” book/workbook (ISBN 9781481077941) by Georganne Bickle, nonfiction work exploring the brain’s processes during thought and emotion and details the method of creating a personalized recording.

By CADASIL Association
CADASIL is one of approximately 7,000 rare diseases affecting 30 million Americans. CADASIL is now listed at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society as a condition a doctor needs to rule out before diagnosing a patient with MS.

By HAPPYneuron
A complete makeover for HAPPYneuron - For National Memory Screening Day, the brain training website brings out its new version.

By The Kineo Group
The Brain Research Foundation conducted an expert panel on delaying cognitive impairment which includes dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

By Brain State Technologies
SCOTTSDALE, AZ – October 17, 2012 – Brain State Technologies® patented process of Brainwave Optimization™ is to be highlighted at four premier industry events October 22 through November 2, 2012.

By GRYD INC.
Knowing, to be aware of the origin, the composition and the mode of production of our foods and suppléments , as for the products we use everyday.

By Solas Press
A New Paradigm for Neuroscience. As the title suggests it raises the profound question of how we humans interact with our world.

By Empower Network Society
When you learn to activate your pineal gland you'll discover the way to live a life filled with miracles and constant promise.

By Mitchell Manning Associates
The Fifth Annual Journey of Hope Gala will take place on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at the Prince George Ballroom in New York City. All proceeds will benefit the Brain Injury Association of New York State.

By Miraculous Living
Looking at the brains of Olympic Gold Medal winners Micheal Phelps and McKayla Maroney we see some common themes in the colors of the extraordinary world champions from the energy healers eye.

By Empower Network
We live in an age when a large part of the western population, especially our children are being classified as having ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and most people are not looking as to what may be the contributing factors to ADHD.

By Brain Injury Alliance of Utah
“Brain Injury Awareness Night” is the first event like this for the Ogden Raptors, as they partner with the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah. Fans, friends and families can enjoy a night at the ballpark for $5 while supporting a worthwhile cause.

By PLX Devices
PLX Devices Inc. today presents the new XWave Sport, a fashionable brain computer interface headband that is also designed for everyday wear.

By Maximum Exposure PR
Brain health expert launches ThinkShops, one-hour webinars open to the general public, interested in understanding how to maintain brain health and access helpful brain health topics.

By German Center for Research and Innovation
Join 2012 Kavli Prize Laureate Winfried Denk and connectomist Sebastian Seung at the GCRI New York on Wednesday, June 6, to learn about their innovative transatlantic quest to map the connectome, a wiring diagram of neural activities in the brain.

By Roble Ridge Software, LLC
Released today - CrazyBusy iPhone app with Dr. Hallowell. Learn to balance your CrazyBusy life with this FREE iPhone app. Highlight areas in your life that feel out of balance and determine their worth based on time invested. Reclaim your life!

By Chris Holt
A Canadian neurosciences company is bringing “the crowd” to neurosciences in order to accelerate research on major brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s or schizophrenia.



Page:

Page updated every 10 minutes


  1. SiteMap
  2. Contact PRLog
  3. Privacy Policy
  4. Terms of Service
  5. Copyright Notice
  6. About
  7. Advertise
Like PRLog?
9K2K1K
Click to Share