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2. Normal Changes in Memory with Age

Many people in middle and older age complain that their memory just isn’t as sharp as when they were young. It becomes harder to remember names of people you just met. You may spend more time than you’d like looking around for your reading glasses, watch, or car keys. As

The Brain-Training Debate Continues

The popularity of computerized brain-fitness programs seems to be steadily growing—but so, too, is a lively debate among experts about whether these programs actually work.

A Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) expert says the programs can be helpful if they replace activities that do not provide brain stimulation, such as watching television,

Five ways to keep your brain young

Research shows that there are many ways to maintain and even improve brain health as we age. While there is no single way to train your brain, there is an important concept to keep in mind.
“My motto is train but don’t strain your brain,” says Gary Small, MD, director

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