Tips to Increase Longevity

As we age, it becomes even more critical to take care of our bodies. We can help prevent disease and injury by incorporating aerobic exercise and healthy nutrition into our everyday routine. So what are some easy-to-implement actions you can do to stay vibrant? Dr. David Perlmutter, a board-certified neurologist, fellow of the American College…

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 12. Have you picked out something special to bring a smile to mom’s face? If not, we have a few ideas that are sure to do the trick! Offer to take mom out for lunch, or better yet, make lunch for her! Ask her about her childhood and her…

Physical activity tips

Physical exercise is important for brain health, improving cognitive skills and may reduce the risks of cognitive decline. Nelson Dellis is the two-time USA Memory Champion and understands the importance of physical activity. “Physical activity helps improve circulation throughout the body and more importantly to the brain. As a result, you feel sharper and more…

Summer outdoor exercise tips from the two-time USA Memory Champion

Exercise significantly improves your health in many ways — from helping to maintain a healthy weight and keeping cholesterol levels in check, to maintaining good blood flow to the body and encouraging growth of new brain cells and connections. Nelson Dellis is the two-time USA Memory Champion, who can memorize more than 300 numbers in a…

Physical activity supports brain health

In honor of the Olympics, we are celebrating physical activity! While we are not all elite athletes, we can still incorporate physical activity into our daily lives. Exercise does more than burn calories to help our bodies stay in shape – it also supports our brain health. David Perlmutter, M.D., Board-Certified Neurologist and Fellow of the…

4th of July: Four Ways to Help Maintain a Healthy Brain

We hope you had a great July 4th! In honor of the holiday, Neurologist Majid Fotuhi, M.D., Ph.D. provides four tips to help maintain a healthy mind. Exercise regularly Research has found associations between physical activity and improved cognitive skills. Tip: Engage in physical activity for at least 30 minutes every day to help build…

Fitness Tips From a Pro

Ernestine Shepherd is the world’s oldest female body builder, at a young 75 years old. Ernestine says it takes determination, dedication and discipline to be fit, and that getting fit can happen at any age.                           Here are three of her favorite exercises:…