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How to keep your New Year’s resolutions

Published: Jan 13th, 2016

WCJB TV 20 — UF Health Vitality Mind’s Dr. London Butterfield discusses how to set attainable, successful goals for the new year.

Eagle Scout builds dog park for residents of The Village

Published: Sep 30th, 2015

GTN News Gainesville — Eagle Scout Addison Foli has created a dog park on the campus of The Village retirement community. The new park gives residents and their pets a new spot to exercise and socialize.

Recent UF graduate authors lead paper in Neuropsychology’s special issue on aging

Published: Mar 20th, 2015

Dr. Anna Yam’s study of everyday cognitive abilities in older adults appeared as the lead article in a special issue dedicated to cognitive aging.

How to keep your New Year’s resolutions

Published: Jan 16th, 2015

WCJB TV 20 — UF Health Vitality Mind’s Dr. London Butterfield discusses how to set goals and stay motivated.

New hope for the brain

Published: Aug 5th, 2014

SENIOR TIMES MAGAZINE — The Village and UF Health partner to help seniors.

New program focuses on the aging brain

Published: Jun 12th, 2014

WCJB TV 20 — As we age, it becomes just as important to stay mentally sharp as it is to stay physically healthy. Even though your brain can’t “pump iron” like your muscles can, a new local program aims to help work out your mind.

UF and The Village launch program to help older adults improve brain health

Published: Jun 3rd, 2014

UF Health Vitality Mind provides residents of The Village and the community with free cognitive assessments and interventions.

Mental training has lasting effects on everyday function as we age

Published: Mar 18th, 2014

GAINESVILLE SUN — Bette Archard wakes up at 7 a.m. every Monday to walk her toy poodle. Two hours later, she heads to the pool for an hour-long water aerobics class. Archard, who is 91, repeats this routine three times a week.

Benefits of mental exercises for seniors persist 10 years after training

Published: Mar 14th, 2014

Dr. Michael Marsiske and colleagues report that older adults who received mental training show long-lasting improvements in reasoning and speed of processing, and they have less difficulty with daily living tasks.