This Huffington Post article provides a good summary of recent research findings pointing to habits one may want follow to lower risks of developing Alzheimer’s Disease. These habits include a mix of activities that keep your body moving (such as walking) and your brain working (such as puzzles and brain games). An interesting point made in the article is that there is no quick and easy way to keep the brain fit. Brain exercise has to be regular and varied. Continue reading
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