CRS stands for ‘can’t remember stuff’ and affects many individuals over the age of 40. A person may be experiencing CRS if they frequently walk into a room and not remember why they are there, or misplace their keys.
Teri Barr, host of the Better Memory Minute, will be bringing helpful tips to stop CRS during the month of January. These 60-second weekly segments will bring audiences small changes that are easy to implement, but will have big returns on overall brain health. Sign-up here to receive these videos (http://www.prevagen.com/
Teri Barr, journalist, former TV anchor and host of the Better Memory Minute, will be the host of this new segment. Teri’s award-winning career has spanned over two decades, and now she brings her talents to the Quincy Bioscience team.
“The ‘Stop CRS’ campaign on the Better Memory Minute will give our audience helpful and easy tips to implement, to stop forgetfulness in 2013,” says host Teri Barr.
Until recently, brain health has been an overlooked aspect of our total health. Quincy Bioscience is working to make information about brain health and steps for improving memory easily accessible. The population in America is concerned about memory, especially those over 50, and they expect to stay vital in aging and vitality begins in the brain. Quincy Bioscience wants to give the public the information they need to support that goal.
People interested in stopping CRS in 2013 can watch the Better Memory Minute by signing-up for the weekly e-newsletter which will be contains articles and inspiration to help you meet your goal.
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