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How To Be An Optimum Ager: Keeping Your Brain In Shape As You Get Older

From the moment we are born, we begin to age. When we hear the term “aging,” many of us hear a synonym for “decline” when we should be hearing change. A child does not fear getting older. A child welcomes aging, knowing that this process brings with it new and exciting opportunities. As we age, our bodies change in many ways (some more pleasant than others!). All of our organ systems change at each stage of life.
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