Researchers say memory troubles are common as you grow older, but they aren’t an inevitable part of aging. Kathy Magnusson, a neuroscientist at Oregon State University and a professor in the Linus Pauling Institute, stated in a press release. “There may be ways to influence cognitive decline with diet, health habits, continued mental activity or

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September is Healthy Aging month! An upbeat attitude is a proven contributor to good health. Studies over the past decade show a correlation between sound, productive thinking and reduced risk of stroke, disability and mobility problems. The development of frailty is also curbed by an optimistic temperament. A study published in Psychology and Aging shows

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