Social Isolation Linked To Lower Brain Volume

According to a research study published this month in  Neurology®,  social isolation is becoming a serious public health problem that is often associated with old age,” as well as underrecognized, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic.  Due to COVID-related shutdowns and shelter in place, becoming ill with COVID, and needing to isolate from others, social isolation […]

What You Should Know about Your Memory Part 2

Hi Dr. Jeffrey Mark here. Today I’d like to talk to you about abnormal memory loss. In our previous discussion we went through normal mild short-term memory usually associated with aging. In this second part we will look at dementia which is defined as a significant, persistent, and disabling decline in two or more intellectual […]

What You should know about Your Memory Part 1

People rely on their memory to function in their daily activities. It can be concerning when we occasionally forget where we left things around the house, forget the name of a frequent acquaintance, or struggle to say the word that is “on the tip of the tongue.” Fortunately, when these are only occasional it may […]

What you should know about Nootropics

What you should know about Nootropics   Hi, it’s Dr. Jeffrey mark. Today I’d like to talk about specific peptides called nootropics.  Peptides are chains of less than 50 amino acids which are the same chains that make up proteins but proteins are larger than 50 amino acids chained together.  Please see our introductory blog […]

Optimizing the Brain: My Top Three Favorite Nootropic Peptides

Hi, it’s Dr. Jeffrey Mark. Today I’d like to talk about 3 of my favorite peptides to improve brain health and processing power. These peptides are called nootropics. Please see my previous blogs on peptides and nootropics for a general overview. Please see the link here and below. In a nutshell, nootropic peptides are the highly functional parts of proteins used […]