Could College Studies Keep Your Brain Sharp?

In the control group of 100, 56 percent of participants displayed a significant increase in cognitive capacity, while 44 percent had no change.

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Older adults who take college courses may increase their cognitive capacity, according to recent research (Neuropsychology, Nov. 16, 2015). While previous studies have examined how exercise, brain games (see our

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