iBi - February 2017

by Liz Scoville

Increased public awareness has reshaped the way society deals with mental health, erasing stigmas and opening doors to new treatment methods.

The Journey Continues…

Jan Wright, Publisher, iBi

With a new administration in Washington, Americans are focused on the changes that lie ahead for the Affordable Care Act… and the effects it will have on all of us.

Brain Training for Optimal Human Performance

by Dr. Ted Chapin
Neurotherapy Institute of Central Illinois

Technological advances in neuroscience can help you recover—and perhaps even exceed—your previous level of performance.

An Expanding College of Medicine

by Dr. Sara Rusch
University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria

While the expansion is exciting, what really matters are the wonderful opportunities it will create.






Extreme Makeover: LeTourneau Edition

The Steel House Revival is working to rehabilitate one of R.G. LeTourneau’s unique steel houses to become an exhibit at Wheels O’ Time Museum.

Art & Business...Together Again

Following last year’s success, ArtsPartners of Central Illinois and Bradley University’s Turner Center for Entrepreneurship are teaming up again for The Business of Art.

Also in this Issue...

The Wealth of Health in Food... NAMI: A Friend in Mental Health... 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's... New App Takes Flight... Win Back that Lost Week of Vacation... Health Spending vs. Life Expectancy...

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