Louis Gagnon walked briskly out of Amazon's Newark office early one day in March 2014. It had warmed up following a very cold winter, the seventh snowiest season of the past 120 years in New Jersey.Read more.
MyBrainSolutions completes recapitalization providing the company with significant liquidity, operational flexibility and the ability to execute on its aggressive growth strategy.Read more.
MyBrainSolutions, the leading employer platform for brain health, retains Louis Gagnon as CEO, as well as Emil Vasilev as Director of Finance and Operations.Read more.
2016 has been an exciting but stressful year. It is becoming more important than ever to create effective wellness products and tools to help people maintain their health and happiness. Which wellness products and tools are actually effective at keeping us happy and healthy?Read more.
MyBrainSolutions®, the leading online digital health platform for employee stress reduction and resilience, today announced its excitement and gratitude for being recognized as a top Boeing [NYSE: BA] corporate supplier in 2015. Boeing engaged MyBrainSolutions in April 2015 for its assistance in developing emotional wellbeing programs for its employees.Read more.
Study of MyBrainSolutions brain health training platform shows projected health claims savings of nearly $600 per employee per year in active users.Read more.
To say you're busy is an understatement. You spend the majority of your waking hours at work or commuting, and a few precious ones with friends and family or keeping up your home and your life. But where are the minutes for yourself and your personal health and wellbeing? How do you maintain your energy, focus and perspective while minimizing the stress of it all?Read more.
Dr. Evian Gordon, CEO and Chairman of MyBrainSolutions.com, recently announced the release of his brain-training book entitled “The Brain Revolution: Know and Train New Brain Habits,” which has been soft-launched and is available online through Amazon and BrainRevolution.com.Read more.
A team of Australian and United States mental health researchers has found that combining new brain scan techniques with patient information about any early life trauma can predict with unprecedentedly high (80%) accuracy whether a depressed patient is likely to recover with anti-depressant medications (ADM), or not.Read more.