Reading a book, writing, playing games are good for keeping a sharp brain. Several past studies have shown that engaging in mentally stimulating activities throughout life helps postpone the emergence of cognitive decline and dementia. The latest study on the topic goes further and shows that lifelong brain-stimulating habits lower the amount of the protein that forms brain plaques, the hallmark of Alzheimer’s Disease. Continue reading
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