Brain Awareness Week Summary Round-up

BAW Brain Awareness Week enBloom

Thanks to all who joined in during Brain Awareness Week. Congratulations to the following winners of the give away!

@DarlineBedrest   @milhealth   @nursefriendly @yayayarndiva @Allison_Peacock

We explored the brain comprehensively. Through Instagram and Facebook, we took a visual look at the impact of food, games, movement and the arts on the brain as we answered the question, what makes your brain bloom? Through blog posts and twitter, we discussed a host of topics from degenerative brain disorders to vascular conditions to trauma and mood disorders. Here’s a roundup of the highlights from the week.

“Time is brain.” Dr. Parrella, MD

  • Take a peek inside the advocacy work of one woman living with bipolar disorder in More Than a Patient.

“Medication is a very important part of the process and can help with motivation, but it can’t create a life for you (friends,  supports, family, activities, etc). There is a lot that we have to do on our own” Lizabeth Schuch, patient advocate


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