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Learning is good for you throughout your life, even until the last minute.
You improve your current health, your future health, and become a more interesting and interested person.
Info below was found on http://www.alz.org/research/science/alzheimers_prevention_and_risk.asp
Social connections and intellectual activity
A number of studies indicate that maintaining strong social connections and keeping mentally active as we age might lower the risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s. Experts are not certain about the reason for this association. It may be due to direct mechanisms through which social and mental stimulation strengthen connections between nerve cells in the brain.
So, no matter how young or “experienced” you are – go to the library, take a class, watch documentaries and history shows, visit museums, make stuff, be colorful!
If you are online – join a group, explore fun things to look at and share on Pinterest, find easy Do It…
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