Ken Budd

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Brain health is important to monitor as we age, including when you're in your 50s. Here are a few strategies to strengthen your gray cells.
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Lose weight, exercise, stop eating Twinkies — good health can be such a chore. But indulging in these six guilty pleasures may be good for us.
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Working too hard? Give your brain a break. A study found that spending more than 25 hours a week on the job may diminish your brainpower.
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A good night’s sleep is more than just eight hours of sweet oblivion at the end of a long day. It’s time for your brain to build up your memory power.
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