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Fight Memory Loss with These 10 Brain Boosting Tips


Apr. 21, 2014 What's Cooking America

Brain function and the ability to recall details change as we age: it only takes one round of the card game concentration with a child to learn a valuable lesson about how our memory can decrease over time. The aging process in our brain begins in our twenties, when we start to lose brain cells and produce less of the chemicals needed for optimal function. As aging continues, information can become harder to recall as your brain changes the very way it processes memories.

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