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How can I help strengthen my mind? Does a fast-paced computing job at 55 work?

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Dr. David Murdock
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In brief: Exercise

Studies have demonstrated that keeping our brains active and stimulated can be protective in persons predisposed to developing dementia.
Persons who keep their minds active with stimulating activities score higher on cognitive tests than those who don't. Its the same principal as physical exercise.

In brief: Exercise

Studies have demonstrated that keeping our brains active and stimulated can be protective in persons predisposed to developing dementia.
Persons who keep their minds active with stimulating activities score higher on cognitive tests than those who don't. Its the same principal as physical exercise.
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