Forget the expensive stuff. Simple activities, such as playing games, making crafts, socializing and reading books held off mental decline in older adults, according to a Mayo Clinic study.
Forget the expensive stuff. Simple activities, such as playing games, making crafts, socializing and reading books held off mental decline in older adults, according to a Mayo Clinic study. GUILLERMO ARIAS AP
Forget the expensive stuff. Simple activities, such as playing games, making crafts, socializing and reading books held off mental decline in older adults, according to a Mayo Clinic study. GUILLERMO ARIAS AP

These simple activities can slow your brain’s decline

January 31, 2017 02:48 PM

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