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Your Brain and Athletics Activities, Plus Booze and the Brain: Compelling and Knowledgeable, Neuroscientist Dr. Kristen Willeumier is Back With Insights, Bio Hacks, More
When it comes to our brains, how much we move and what we eat and drink has a powerful impact on them and strongly affects our mental functioning. When it comes to movement, a recent article on US News’s website How to Prevent Athletic Injury by Training Your Brain talked about how we can use our brains to prevent injury while working out. To discuss this and more, we welcome back neuroscientist Dr. Kristen Willeumier to delve into how we can all be more mindful when it comes to partaking in athletic activities.
Dr. Willeumier has provided us with a list of five bio hacks that people might want to consider when it comes to their athletic endeavors.
As far as what we eat and drink, Dr. Willeumier goes into detail about how alcohol has a negative impact on the brain.
Time for a Mental Spring Cleaning? Nationally Known Psychotherapist, Dr. Robi Ludwig to the Rescue; You Can Now See Robi on Facebook Live!
During the springtime, some of us partake in that activity known as spring cleaning. It involves going through things in our house that we do not need and,
Professional Wrestler Sam Houston Discusses Pro Wrestling Ribs and More: Makes an Interesting Claim about WrestleMania 4
In the Fall of 2016, professional wrestling legend Michael Sam Houston joined us here on CYInterview for an in-depth discussion about his life and the adversities he has
With only hours to the start of the NCAA Tournament, many may be focused on the top seeds which we analyzed yesterday [see here]. However, there are
The consensus among college basketball experts is that numerous teams have a chance to be the national champion this year. With March Madness officially underway, we welcome back
Washington State Head Football Coach Mike Leach Swings by to Discuss March Madness and MLB’s Opening Day; Gives Insight into Recruiting for Football, More
The NCAA Tournament field has been announced. Baseball season is right around the corner. College football season is six months off. For sports fans, every year is a
Tomorrow evening, 68 teams will hear their name called and find out who their first round opponent will be in the 2017 NCAA Tournament. For a few teams,
A Ray of Intellect: Writer Taylor Rae Back to Discuss Consumerism, Commoditization, Frugality and International Women’s Day
Back in January, the media covered the story of Michelle McGagh, a woman who saved a reported $27,000 over the course of one year. According to the article,
Bodybuilding legend, pro wrestler, author, actor and the host of Ric's Corner on Youtube, Ric Drasin is now in his eighth week of recovering from knee replacement surgery. After
Doctors Taking Patients Food Shopping? Energetic and Insightful Neuroscientist Dr. Kristen Willeumier Back to Discuss that and More
An article on CBS LA's website titled, Some Doctors Prescribe Food Instead Of Pills To Treat Certain Patients was published recently. The piece took a look at how