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Happy Birthday, Keith! We hope you have a great day! Thank you for all your hard work.

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Happy Birthday to Alissa Finley, IDI's Clinical Coordinator! We appreciate all that you do for IDI and we hope you have a great day!

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Happy Birthday Amanda Stepp! Thank you for all that you do for IntraDiagnostics.

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Come see us at the O.N.E. Conference!

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This study published in 2017 suggests that "cognitive training" may help prevent dementia onset. Read more here: https://health.usnews.com/…/speed-training-may-help-ward-of…

Computer tasks could help lower risk of cognitive decline.
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Check out this Ted Talk where mental health advocate, Sitawa Wafula, discusses her experience of living with epilepsy.

https://www.ted.com/…/sitawa_wafula_why_i_speak_up_about_li…

Once homebound by epilepsy, mental health advocate Sitawa Wafula found her strength in writing about it. Now, she advocates for others who are yet to find their voices, cutting through stigma and exclusion to talk about what it's like to live with the condition.
ted.com

Happy Birthday to Emily Hendrickson, one of IDI's Administrative Interns! We appreciate all that you do for IDI and we hope you have a great birthday.

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Interested in learning more about neuroscience? Check out the Top 5 Neuroscience Talks of 2017. https://www.technologynetworks.com/…/top-5-neuroscience-tal…

Here we detail the Top 5 Neuroscience Talks from 2017 based on their viewer figures.
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Learn about working at IntraDiagnostics. Join LinkedIn today for free. See who you know at IntraDiagnostics, leverage your professional network, and get hired.
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Will you be at the O.N.E. Conference next month? Team IDI will be there!

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Social media plays a major role in spreading awareness about epilepsy and other disorders. Check out this summarized article on how social media connects individuals across the world to discuss and educate others on the health issues they face.

Find out how people are talking about epilepsy online.
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Want to boost your brain health? Check out these six foods: http://ow.ly/D6IB30hlpRn

Getting more of these Vitamin E–rich foods in your diet may help improve memory and thinking, lower Alzheimer's risk and boost overall brain health.
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This article from Children's National Health System details how continuous EEG can help identify oxygen-deprived newborns who are most at risk. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releas…/2017/…/171025140511.htm

Continuously recording the brain's electrical signals and examining how those impulses evolve over time is a more reliable way to identify infants at risk for brain injury, compared with doing snapshot evaluations, according to a prospective cohort study.
sciencedaily.com

Check out this article to learn more about posttraumatic epilepsy (PTE).
http://www.neurologyadvisor.com/…/posttraum…/article/705994/

Risk for mortality in posttraumatic epilepsy is high, and negative outcomes affecting cognitive, affective, and physical function are common.
neurologyadvisor.com

In need of a program to help keep your brain sharp? Check out this article by The Guardian that discusses five of the best brain-training apps out on the market. Do we have a research consent form that I could use here? https://www.theguardian.com/…/brain-training-apps-five-of-t…

Lumosity, Peak, Elevate, Fit Brains Trainer and Cognito are trying to help Android and iOS users keep their grey cells supple with daily workouts
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