How to Rock Your Fitness Resolution All Year Long

How to Rock Your Fitness Resolution All Year Long

Saddle up, folks: the new year is here and the resolutions are a-blazing. There’s something about the beginning of the year where hope runs rampant and ambition flows freely. The key to riding your quest for health and fitness past the first few months of the new year is to keep the momentum going that surged through you on January 1st. Day-to-d...

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Brain Training Online

Brain Training Online

Brain training online is probably the best way to challenge the brain to work harder while improving memory and IQ. In the digital age, information overload and longer life expectancy can expose the brain to more demands than even before. Also in education, little time is spent on teaching students how to learn and acquire knowledge easier.

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5 Ways to Improve Brain Fitness

5 Ways to Improve Brain Fitness

Brain fitness not only impacts our mental health but our overall health, ability to cope with stress and whatever life throws at us. 5 ways to improve brain fitness is by no means an exhaustive list, but these are real and tangible things that any person can do during the day or from home. This list is devised based on scientific research on met...

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RaiseYourIQ on Lifehack

RaiseYourIQ on Lifehack

As part of our expertise and knowledge relating to brain health, co-founder of RaiseYourIQ and educational psychologist Doctor Sarah Cassidy is now publishing articles on Lifehack. The articles have a general brain health appeal as well as life tips. Dr. Sarah Cassidy is an educational psychologist, behaviour therapist and mother of three. She p...

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What can you do when your kid's school's standards are falling?

What can you do when your kid's school's standards are falling?

It is not just a cliché - school standards really are falling all over the Western world. There are many reasons: spending cut backs, increasing class size, obesity, distractions like gaming, TV and computers, as well as increasingly busy parents who spend less time working with their kids on homework. But the effects are all the same - decreasi...

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RaiseYourIQ's revolutionary brain training for kids launches to the public

RaiseYourIQ's revolutionary brain training for kids launches to the public

After 10 years in research and development at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, RaiseYourIQ has just released its first public version of its SMART training for kids. The system was developed with the assistance of children of school-going age who tested the product extensively prior to its full release.

SMART stands for stre...

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Brain Training breakthrough helping kids with autism and asperger's syndrome

Brain Training breakthrough helping kids with autism and asperger's syndrome

Brain training in the form of relational skills training can help kids with autism and asperger's learn. Psychologists have long suspected that Autistic and Asperger's children lack what is called "perspective taking". In simple terms, these children lack the ability to imagine what it is like to have someone else's feelings or “perspective” o...

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SMART training teaches kids how to learn at school

SMART training teaches kids how to learn at school

SMART training at RaiseYourIQ.com increases kids’ ability to learn and can significantly raise IQ as measured on standard IQ tests. SMART training targets the newly discovered cognitive bases of a wide range of intellectual skills, including reading, writing , and arithmetic.

Numerous scientific papers have now shown that the intellectual skill...

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RaiseYourIQ generates media interest

RaiseYourIQ generates media interest

RaiseYourIQ recently delivered a pitch to national and international investors in the ICT sector on November 28th at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium. The pitch involved explaining to investors and newcomers to the ICT sector why RaiseYourIQ is filling an important market niche in delivering scientifically developed brain training methods to children. ...

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Intelligent people are happier

Intelligent people are happier

A new study just published in the very prestigious science journal Psychological Medicine, reports that people in the higher IQ ranges (scores of 120 or more), are happier than those in the lower ranges (scores of 77-99). The researchers from University College London made this discovery following a very large survey of 6870 participants, whose ...

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