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So becoming a copywriter that reads on the bus commutes was a smart idea.

Via Mental_Floss

“Our study suggests that exercising your brain by taking part in activities such as [reading, writing, and playing with puzzles] across a person’s lifetime, from childhood through old age, is important for brain health in old age,” says study co-author Robert S. Wilson, PhD, senior neuropsychologist at Chicago’s Rush University Medical Center.”

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2 responses »

    • It appears even if you pick up the activities later in life you’re still better than those who don’t. Time to renew that Reader’s Digest subscription!

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