Keep your brain healthy with help from Dr. Suzuki

Meet Dr. Wendy Suzuki, a neuroscientist who transforms the way we think about our brain, health and happiness in an informative and inspiring special. She uses stories, science narrative and takeaways to bring the brain into focus as never before.

In “Healthy Brain – Happy Life,” Dr. Suzuki reveals powerful connections between exercise, learning, memory and cognitive abilities. These correlations can help you:

  • think more sharply
  • increase memory capacity
  • work and play with greater focus
  • feel more alive
  • improve moods

Tune in Friday, Nov. 30, at 9:30 p.m. or Saturday, Dec. 1, at 9 a.m. on Arizona PBS to learn how you can keep your brain healthy, rested, refreshed and rejuvenated all through your life. You can also get the “Healthy Brain Collection” – a 5-DVD set, “Healthy Brain – Happy Life” hardback book, “Move! Move! Move!” CD, plus a pedometer and online course.

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