Multiple Sclerosis. Traumatic Brain Injury. Early Life Trauma. Type 2 Diabetes. Dementia. While this might seem like healthcare terminology word-vomit, these are all connected by an important principle of brain health. Read on to learn what that principle is.
Friends, there are still 7 weeks of bike riding and brain supporting! Below are a couple of options on how you can be involved in a way that suits your 2020 summer style:
Option 1. TACKLE A CLIMBDURO CALGARY CHALLENGE
Option 2. CREATE YOUR OWN UNIQUE RIDE
Diggin' the Digital
We didn't know what it would mean to pivot the 10th Annual Branch Out Bike Tour to a virtual event. We're floored and humbled by your continued optimism and support.Read more
CHALLENGE GOALS MET
Virtual peddlin' and generous fundraisin'
Thank you to everyone who tackled the Climbduro Digital Challenges. Since May 1, you've raised over $12,000 for important neurological research! YAY!Read more
We took the opportunity to sit down with one of Branch Out's over-and-above-go-getters, Martin Flanagan, to learn more about why he rides in the Branch Out Bike Tour.
Are you aware of your breath? I bet you are now that I made you think about it. That tiny action of noticing your breath can be a powerful tool for promoting optimal brain health. Keep reading to learn how your breath influences your brain.
We're excited to share that one of Branch Out's funded students, Asha Hollis, published a first-author research paper in the prestigious journal Frontiers of Neuroscience.
Custom-Engineered tSMS Helmet. Custom designed and partially 3-D printed helmet used for application of tSMS with neuronavigation.Read more