Iris Reading - Part 5
Memory drug for Alzheimer’s

Hope for Alzheimer’s Patients: How a New Drug Can Help Reverse Memory Loss

There is nothing more heartbreaking than hearing the unfortunate news of a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s is a brain deteriorating disease where slowly a person’s memory declines. There is currently no cure for the disease, but there is hope on the horizon. In this piece from TIME Magazine, The Woodings discuss what it […]

How The Rate at Which You Read Effects Comprehension

Speed reading has been around since the 1950s and decades later, the concept of it still holds true. When speed reading was first introduced, it raised a few eyebrows. The idea of someone reading faster than the average reader and comprehending the text seemed impossible. The idea seemed to be flip-flopped, begging the question, “Isn’t […]

Best Books to Read For Ages 61 – 80

Now we’re in the golden years of life. There is a shift in lifestyle as you retire, downsize, and begin to enjoy having free time to spend however you please. Hopefully, reading is still a large part of your free time! For those ages 61 to 80, keep these fantastic books in mind. Age 61 […]