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BOBMan Bulletin - Final Bike Tour Challenges Go LIVE!

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Counterintuitive: Learning to Navigate a City, but Reducing Memory Symptoms

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. 

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BOBMan Bulletin - Your Own Branchy Bike Tour!

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


 

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BOBMan Bulletin - You Met All Challenge Goals!

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July LEAFlet

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.

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BOBMan Bulletin - You Did It!

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!

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Interview with Martin Flanagan

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.  

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BOBMan Bulletin - June

Hey there Branchies!

We wanted to check in to say hi.

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Just Breathe (for your brain)

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. 

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Transcranial Static Magnetic Field Stimulation of the Motor Cortex in Children

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.

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