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Your Brain on Food

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Today, I start with the bad news and end with the good news. The latest research tells us that the underlying causes of Alzheimer’s disease begin with having too much sugar on the brain. The average American eats 22 teaspoons of sugar a day; over the course of a year, that’s 152 lbs. of sugar. […]

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Play it Again, Sam

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Active Aging research and studies on the benefits of learning to play a musical instrument and how it can slow and even reverse cognitive decline through creative and repetitive engagement.

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I Hear Music

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Research presented by Certified Gerontologist Lysa Rohan, showing the how music and exercise together can improve motor skills, creativity, memory and verbal fluency.