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Help for Caregivers

Five Common Myths About Aging

If you're over 40, you probably know someone who is helping an older parent – and even more who are keeping fingers crossed, hoping mom and dad stay healthy. Others don’t seem to recognize that there’

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Aging Well

Why Is Socialization Important for Brain Health?

Our brains need more than the air we breathe and the food we eat. Those are important for survival, sure. But in order to stay healthy and truly thrive, our brains need socialization. As human beings,

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Aging Well

How Exercise Enhances Brain Function

A study using genetic data from 350,000 people showed the connection between exercise, and how it can sharpen thinking and reduce, or at least stave off, Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.

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Aging Well

How to Boost Brain Power and Memory Naturally

Experiencing nature is also known to increase self-esteem, boost immunity, and reduce levels of harmful hormones like cortisol, which is produced by stress, heart rate, and blood pressure.

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