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Although there is no magic food to keep your brain sharp, there is a pattern of dietary practices that, if consumed regularly, has been shown to improve brain functionality. These same foods help protect your cardiovascular system!
2 or more servings a day of green leafy vegetables such as kale, spinach, broccoli, and collards.
2-3 servings a week of fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel,…
UNLV Alumni Philanthropy Committee & the Food Pantry
The UNLV Alumni Philanthropy Committee spent a day at the Food Pantry to give back and support the UNLV community. Volunteers donated food items as well as their time to pack 184 bags of non-perishable food items that will support many students living on campus. Learn more about the UNLV Food Pantry
Grant: Jason Flatt, Jennifer Pharr, Krystal Kittle
Jason Flatt (Social & Behavioral Health) is the principal investigator on a project entitled "Engaging the LGBTQIA+ community living with Parkinson's Disease, caregivers and care providers in research," a collaboration between UNLV and Cleveland Clinic - Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
Kamali'ilani Wetherell (Criminal Justice) was selected as UNLV’s nominee for the Western Association of Graduate Schools (WAGS) & ProQuest 2021-22 Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award in humanities, social sciences, education, and business disciplines. Wetherell's advisor is professor Hong…