This health writing challenge is all about the brain: we’re expanding on our other mental health focus.
We’re defining and explaining brain anatomy, diseases, symptoms and treatments. If you’ve never written about the brain before, this is a challenge for you!
You only need to complete one micro writing task a day for 30 days. Do as many challenges as you can, and feel free to share your results with your health writing friends and me!
Writing every day helps you to improve your confidence and writing skills. So what are you waiting for? Get started today, and view the challenge below
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Plain text version: 30-Day Health Writing Challenge
Theme: The Brain
DAY 1 List five ways to keep the brain healthy.
DAY 2 Define Alzheimer’s disease.
DAY 3 List five signs of memory loss.
DAY 4 Define mild cognitive impairment.
DAY 5 Define dementia.
DAY 6 List the main causes of a brain aneurysm.
DAY 7 Define the cerebellum.
DAY 8 Explain the difference between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
DAY 9 List the three main functions of the cerebral cortex.
DAY 10 Define a brain tumour.
DAY 11 Define traumatic brain injury.
DAY 12 Define dopamine.
DAY 13 Explain the treatment options for a brain tumour.
DAY 14 List three aneurysm risk factors.
DAY 15 Describe the signs of brain damage.
DAY 16 Define epilepsy.
DAY 17 Explain what neuroimaging is used for.
DAY 18 List three common brain injuries.
DAY 19 List three symptoms of epilepsy.
DAY 20 Define Parkinson’s disease.
DAY 21 Define the hippocampus.
DAY 22 List the different types of dementia.
DAY 23 Define subarachnoid haemorrhage.
DAY 24 Define the pituitary gland.
DAY 25 Explain what happens during a stroke.
DAY 26 Explain what the limbic system does.
DAY 27 Define the hypothalamus.
DAY 28 Define deep brain stimulation.
DAY 29 Explain the main function of the amygdala.
DAY 30 List five known risk factors for cognitive decline.
DAY 31 Define ADHD.