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The Secrets To Successful Aging

Aging may seem unavoidable, but that's not necessarily so when it comes to the brain. So say researchers in the Cell Press journal Trends in Cognitive Sciences explaining that it is what you do in old age that matters more when it comes to maintaining a youthful brain not what you did earlier in life. "Although some memory functions do tend to decline as we get older, many elderly show well preserved functioning and this is related to a well-preserved, youth-like brain," says Lars Nyberg of Umeå University in Sweden.
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