Senior couple riding bicycles
After just two years, older people who exercised, socialized and ate a healthy diet improved their memory, focus and other signs of brain health, according to a breakthrough study presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, this week. In another piece of good news, researchers announced at the conference that dementia rates are dropping in the United States - quite possibly because people are getting the message that healthy living can protect  brain health.
AnnLinsley
Hand over the console, kids. Time to give us grownups a chance at winning that video game. It's good for our brain health, really.
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