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Exercise Your Brain to Improve Memory in Retirement

March 28, 2018

From the Kiplinger Magazine website

If you struggle to recall a word that’s on the tip of your tongue, or have trouble putting names to faces, you may think memory decline is a normal part of aging you have to accept. But you can strengthen certain memory skills and improve your overall brain health and cognitive function. “There are a lot of ways you can facilitate the health of your brain,” says Howard, now age 70. “What we need to do is not get worried so much about the fact we’re not remembering something, and instead think of ways we can remember it.”

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