Staying Sharp

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Bono says that music can change the world. Maybe so. But one thing’s for sure: It can stimulate your brain in powerful ways.
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Don’t let your brain slow down. Help keep it young with these super brain foods that are rich in vitamin E.
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Study finds one long-term effect of marijuana use is a dip in verbal memory.
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Each turn of the calendar shifts your perception of time. Here’s how to slow it back down.
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From artichokes to raisins (yes, raisins!), these are the foods you should try to eat often.
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One of the best things you can do for your long-term health is foster close ties.
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We spend billions every year on dietary supplements, but they’re no match for healthy eating.
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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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