Greater Victoria residents can learn how to maintain and promote their cognitive health at the University of Victoria’s (UVic) Ideafest. On March 7 the Integrative Lifespan Lab from UVic will present an interactive exhibit that will showcase mobile cognitive health trackers, smell testing and near-infrared spectroscopy brain imaging. Participants will learn how exercises, sleep and blood pressure all effect the cognitive abilities of the brain.
Andrea Piccinin, co-director of the lab, will run the event along with a team of PhD students. They will share the latest research in cogitative health and the factors associated with cognitive decline.
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