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Dakim releases new brain fitness software for people over 60


Santa Monica (June 11, 2010) –In response to the growing number of individuals concerned about maintaining their brain health and fighting the threat of dementia, Dakim, Inc. a leader in the development and marketing of computer-based brain fitness products announced today that its Dakim BrainFitness Software, the first brain fitness software created specifically for people over age 60, is now available for sale via a select group of retailers as well as on its own website.

HAPPYneuron Announces New Game Countdown


MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- May 4, 2010 -- A first in the brain fitness industry, HAPPYneuron announces that it has amassed more than 50 million cognitive performance results worldwide in its online cognitive cross-training database, further strengthening its position as the largest brain fitness database available on the market today. This record number of data points allows HAPPYneuron to quickly and reliably provide the highest standard of accuracy in peer performance feedback.

The BBC Brain Training study -- let's flip it around

There's no such thing as bad publicity.  This study is being reprinted on every website that has even a remote connection to boomers, seniors, or game-playing or is suffering from a slow news day. (Although you have to wonder how senior housing executives will react to seeing it published in McKnight's).

CogniFit and NFL Alumni Association


NEW YORK, January 28, 2010 – CogniFit®, Inc., a leading maker of Brain Fitness Software (, is supporting the NFLA to raise awareness for the benefits of cognitive training. Information about CogniFit will appear in the organization’s 2009 NFL Alumni Association Yearbook.


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