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[WCCO-TV News, October 04, 2021]   How seasonal changes could be causing your headaches
October 04, 2021
[WCCO-TV, February 27, 2020]   More people are turning to audiobooks over actual books. In fact a local library says more people check out audiobooks than the real thing. Learn more.
February 27, 2020
[KARE 11, January 15, 2019]   Anyone diagnosed with multiple sclerosis knows it's a disease that robs. It can limit movement, reduce vision, and people who live with the auto immune disease may see their personalities change.
January 15, 2019
[KARE 11, September 28, 2018]   In the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Ford-Kavanaugh hearing, much of the issue revolved around memories. Dr. Jesse Corry explains how memory works.
September 27, 2018
[KARE 11, February 13, 2018]   While Americans are actually getting more z's a night, a whopping 18 minutes, one-third of seniors say they have to take a sleep aid to fall asleep.
February 13, 2018
[KARE 11, July 28, 2017]   They may be fun, but researchers say certain brain-training games are a bust when it comes to boosting our decision-making skills. In fact, a recent study published in the Journal of Neuroscience reveals they’re no better than the average video game.
July 28, 2017
[KMSP-TV, October 02, 2016]   Skipping exercise might affect the waistline. But what about the brain?
October 02, 2016
[KMSP Fox 9, July 22, 2016]   Researchers are finding that silence is good for our brain. It can actually cause new brain cells to grow and make our brains more efficient. Read more.
July 22, 2016
[KSTP TV, February 27, 2016]   More than one-third of Americans aren’t getting enough sleep, and for women, it could mean putting themselves at risk for developing diabetes. Dr. Andrew Stiehm is a sleep specialist at Allina Health and talked with KSTP-TV about why women are more at risk, what everyone should do to sleep well.
March 01, 2016
[KMSP-TV, January 12, 2016]   Not getting enough sleep can lead to more problems than sleepiness. A new study indicates sleep problems can cause physical effects associated with dementia.
January 11, 2016