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Music’s effects on our brains are remarkable, no matter what type of music you enjoy listening to or performing, according to research.
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There are plenty of moves that help keep your body (and brain) in top form. Here are ways to gain strength, without gym equipment.
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Skin and hair aren’t the only things that physically change as we age. Aging also shrinks our brain size, which can affect memory and thinking skills.
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The average age of performers with New York's "Timeless Torches" dance troupe, by contrast, is about 60.
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Research has linked dancing socially with a reversal in the effects of aging.
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