Hi, I am Elizabeth, I’m a qualified epidemiologist and Public Health specialist. I attained my BSc Microbiology and molecular science and two masters degrees in health science and Public Health; as a senior university lecturer I teach masters students epidemiology and writing Public Health modules and post grad degree courses. I am a registered defined specialist with the UK Public Health Register and finishing up my Public Health PhD. In my current practice I focus mainly on healthy lifestyles that protect you from disease – basically the science of better health.
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PART 1: Improve your Brain Health // Strategies for a Healthy Brain
PART 2: Brain Health // Keeping your brain healthier for longer; brain science
Ways to Reduce Stress
Make time for everything you want to do // Organize your time:
Do you have the traits of a mentally strong person? Watch here:
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I am aware that not everyone has access to academic journal articles and accessing non-open source material can be costly, therefore I have provided a mixture of evidence and research that is both open source and available online as well as subscription articles from academic journals.
Resilience depends on how well your brain handles stress, and it can be learned.
The resilient brain: psychological resilience mediates the effect of amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations in orbitofrontal cortex on subjective well-being in young healthy adults The Resilient Brain
The Resilient Brain: 9 Keys to Prepare the Brain for Healing
Four Ways Social Support Makes You More Resilient
Chokshi, Farley, Thomas (2014) HEALTH: Changing behaviours to prevent noncommunicable diseases. Science. volume 345:1243-1244
Dixon H, Scully M, Wakefield M, Kelly B, Chapman K, Donovan (2011) Parents’ responses to nutrient claims and sports celebrity endorsements on energy-dense and nutrient-poor foods: an experimental study. Public Health Nutrition, volume 14:1071-1079.
Garnett, B.R. et al. (2014) ‘The importance of campaign saliency as a predictor of attitude and behavior change: A pilot evaluation of social marketing campaign fat talk free week’, Health communication, 29(10), pp. 984-995.
Peres, M. A.; Sheiham, A.; Liu, P.; Demarco, F Silva, A. E. R.; Assunção, M. C.; Menezes, A. M.; Barros, F. C.; Peres, K. G. (2016) Sugar Consumption and Changes in Dental Caries from Childhood to Adolescence Journal of Dental Research 95(4): 388-394.
Peterson, S. et al. (2010) ‘Positive changes in perceptions and selections of healthful foods by college students after a short-term point-of-selection intervention at a dining hall’, Journal of American College Health, 58(5), pp. 425-431.
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