Staying Sharp

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Who knew? Your feet and your brain are connected. Here’s how walking keeps you sharper and smarter for longer.
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No idea where your keys are? Drawing a blank on your neighbor’s name? Don’t worry. You can fix that.
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3 glasses a day protects your noggin — and more.
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To keep your thinking skills sharp, keep your work week short — 25 hours acts like a charm.
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Research shows that too much tube time slows down your thinking power.
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Amazing — and unexpected — things can happen when you go off the grid.
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Many of the foods we crave spark changes in the gut that impact the brain.
A lack of sleep can muddle your memory. For better recollection, here’s the key: sleep more — and sleep better.
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Exercise — even quick and simple movements — may boost your recall power.
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A daily glass of milk and a walk on a bright, sunny day might help your gray matter.
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