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Good Morning Texas: BrainHealth Week

Cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Julie Fratantoni visits WFAA to talk about BrainHealth Week.

WFAA

Karla Coe-Specker

Overview

While we often focus on exercising our bodies, our brains are among the most adaptable parts of our physiology. Through consistent stimulation and usage, our brains have the remarkable ability to grow stronger over time, shaping and refining our cognitive capacities.Cognitive neuroscientist Julie Fratantoni joins Jane McGarry on this segment of Good Morning Texas, discussing ways to participate in the upcoming BrainHealth Week hosted by the Center for BrainHealth and the exciting Great Brain Gain challenge. She shares valuable tips for enhancing your brain health.

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"A lot of people don't realize that managing mental energy is crucial. Actually taking brain breaks, short, little, five-minute breaks is really important so that you don't hit a wall at the end of your day." Julie Fratantoni, PhD
Let's dive into the fascinating world of brain health together! Come be a part of the excitement!Watch the full segment at WFAA

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Julie Fratantoni, PhD, CCC-SLP

Head of Research Integration and Partnerships Center for BrainHealth


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Train Your Brain for Gains with Center for BrainHealth

Center for BrainHealth is making 2024 the year of the Great Brain Gain! Join a growing movement to transform overall wellness, mental energy, strategic thinking, innovation and more. Dr. Julie Fratantoni shares a simple way to start – just text GAIN to 888-844-8991 to join the text challenge. Text challenge powered by AWS.