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Our biggest Issue yet, packed with interviews on the latest research and innovations in brain health. Our cover model, Janny Tram, opens up about her experiences with Bell’s Palsy. Janny woke up one morning looking and acting different than she did the previous day – a scary start to a journey that led to her gaining more awareness about herself, her self-care habits and her overall health. Epilepsy and the ketogenic diet is discussed in an interview with an organization called Leafie Health, as well as with a neurologist by the name of Dr. Martin del Campo, who speaks about some of the diagnosis and other treatment options too. Dr. Aleksandra Pikula and stroke psychiatrist Dr. Katie Sheehan share their research on the psychosocial impacts of stroke, while La Croix Calloo and Marianne Fedunkiw, two stroke survivors, open up about their life-changing battles with stroke. We look at mental health and family history, as well as anxiety and how you can use the habit loop from The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg to help manage anxiety. Simone Walsh, Author of Poetic Diary of a Bleeding Heart, discusses depression, and her inspiring journey that led to her writing a resourceful novel for those facing depression. LUCID, a new innovative wellness experience, is explored in an interview with Aaron Labbé, who is the CEO and Artistic Director of LUCID. LUCID uses music therapy to stimulate brain waves and enhance mood. Lastly, we look at Alzheimer’s and dementia prevalence and prevention in an interview with researcher Sehrish Haider, who shares about how to keep the brain active and healthy from a young age.

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