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  • September 21 is World Alzheimer’s Day

    September 21 is World Alzheimer’s Day
    Although everyone has heard of Alzheimer’s, not everyone knows what it is exactly, or how common it is. Here are some general facts to get you up to speed: 1. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of ...
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  • September is National Healthy Aging Month

    September is National Healthy Aging Month
    National Healthy Aging Month is the perfect time to discover the benefits of brain training for yourself or an aging parent. We’ve helped adults hoping to get a leg-up in the workforce, entrepreneurs ...
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  • Red-Flag Phrases at Parent/Teacher Conferences

    Red-Flag Phrases at Parent/Teacher Conferences
    As a parent, how do you know which struggles or behaviors are just a “normal” part of the learning process vs. an indication that there’s a deeper issue? One way is to listen to cues from the teacher ...
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  • Helping Your Teen Excel in High School

    Helping Your Teen Excel in High School
    If you’ve got a teen headed to high school, you’re probably already thinking about ways to help him/her survive mentally, emotionally and academically. We’ve put together some tips to help your teen ...
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  • Middle School Nightmares

    Middle School Nightmares
    If the thought of sending your child off to middle school makes you anxious, you’re not alone. Many adults have middle school memories of social awkwardness, hormonal upheaval and the added pressure ...
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  • July 15 is National Give Something Away Day

    July 15 is National Give Something Away Day
    Each year on July 15, the United States celebrates National Give Something Away Day. At LearningRx, we’re offering a free digital version of a newly updated (3 rd edition) “Unlock the Einstein Inside; ...
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  • July is National Youth Sports Month

    July is National Youth Sports Month
    If you’re the parent of a young athlete, you’ve probably thought about the possibility of a concussion at some point. But as a parent, there’s nothing you can do to prepare for or prevent concussions. ...
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  • June 6 is National Higher Education Day

    June 6 is National Higher Education Day
    Every year on June 6, the United States celebrates National Higher Education Day to educate and inspire students to purse college and beyond. But how do you know if your high school student is ready ...
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  • Avoiding the Summer “Brain Drain”

    Avoiding the Summer “Brain Drain”
    The summer “Brain Drain,” also known as the “Summer Slide” is a phenomenon that teachers know all too well. Many students return to school in the fall having lost an average of 2.6 months of ...
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  • May is Older Americans Month

    May is Older Americans Month
    If you’re an older adult struggling with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)— the first stage of Alzheimer’s—pay close attention. Our sister research nonprofit, the Gibson Institute of Cognitive Research, ...
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