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Improve Your Brain Health This 2024!

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The Center for BrainHealth, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, is hosting BrainHealth Week from February 19-24, 2024, dedicated to improving cognitive abilities and promoting brain health. One of the key initiatives during this week is the 7-day Great Brain Gain text challenge, where participants can engage in activities aimed at enhancing various aspects of brain function, including focus, creativity, memory, and problem-solving skills. By texting 888-844-8991, individuals can embark on a journey to improve their brain health through simple steps and exercises tailored to stimulate cognitive function. Whether seeking to sharpen memory or increase mental flexibility, this challenge offers valuable tools for enhancing overall cognitive well-being. Join the Center for BrainHealth to take proactive steps towards optimizing your brain health and cognitive abilities.Read the full article from NBC 5 DFWLeer en español en Telemundo Dallas

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Chief Director Dee Wyly Distinguished Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences Co-Leader, The BrainHealth Project

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