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2017 Brain Health and Nutrition Survey
Adults age 40+ characterized relationship between eating habits and willingness to eat healthy and brain health/mental well-being.
U.S. Public Opinion and Interest on Human Enhancements...
This presentation examines public opinion regarding the role of technology, and human therapeutic and enhancement technologies.
2017 AARP Cognitive Activity and Brain Health Survey
Adults’ engagement in cognitive activities is explored in this study along with the relationship to brain health and well-being.
2017 AARP Health Care Survey
Americans’ attitudes towards the American Health Care Act and the policies included in this bill are explored in this survey.
Social Engagement & Brain Health
This study characterizes the relationship between social engagement, brain health, and mental well-being for the 40+ population.
Sleep and Brain Health
Sleep habits and understanding the relationship between sleep and brain health are examined in this study of adults 40 and older.
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