Is it possible that we may get smarter with age? According to one study, it is wise to trust the experience and wisdom of older people.
Think you should worry about your brain slowing down post-age 50? Too late. It's already started at age 24. Or at least that's what a Canadian study of players of a hypercompetitive computer game has found.
Try saying this 10 times fast: "pad kid poured curd pulled cod."
Are you hot in bed? No, no - not that kind of hot. (Although I'm sure you are.) I mean literally hot. Like sweaty, restless and unable to sleep well.
When I was a kid, my Mom used to tell me to eat fish, it would make me smarter. "What does she know?" I'd grump to myself as I picked at my tuna salad.
Are older brains slower to make decisions? Yes, but they're just as accurate as young brains -- even up to ages 85 and 90, new research finds.
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