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This kind of brain training actually slows cognitive decline

Train­ing to boost pro­cess­ing speed has been shown to pre­vent cog­ni­tive decline. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Research Proves: Reverse Cognitive Decline With Diet, Lifestyle Changes

Mem­o­ry loss and cog­ni­tive decline are large­ly pre­ventable (and even reversible) with a com­pre­hen­sive per­son­al­ized pro­gram of diet, exer­cise, and lifestyle changes. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Is It Just Normal Aging? (Or Am I Losing My Mind?) Two simple ways to tell

Two sim­ple self-assess­ment tests help dis­tin­guish between healthy aging and poten­tial­ly more seri­ous vari­eties of mem­o­ry decline. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Another Reason Why Exercise Intensity May Be More Important Than Exercise Duration

A slow, steady work­out has lots of ben­e­fits, but includ­ing intense bursts of heart-pound­ing exer­cise adds a fur­ther dimen­sion. That’s what researchers found when they stud­ied the effect of exer­cise on mem­o­ry and cog­ni­tive func­tion in old­er adults. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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