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Beth Howard

Want to get a great workout? Cycling can strengthen your heart, lungs and muscles, and research suggests it also may benefit your brain.
Staying socially engaged isn’t always easy for many older adults, but it’s worth it. Learn how social connections may help protect cognitive function.
Getting your sweat on with a good workout not only benefits your muscles and heart — it does good things for your brain health.
Score one for books. Picking up a good page-turner for reading is entertaining and may be great for your brain and your long-term health.
You already know that milk benefits your bones. But, according to a study, did you know that it’s also important for your brain?
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