Science Versus Pseudo-Science: What Really Works To Prevent Cognitive Decline?

If you’re in your sixties, you’re familiar with this scene. A group of friends is having dinner. As the conversation progresses, one by one each person fails to come up with a word they want—the name of a favorite dish, or a town visited on a trip, an actor or the movie he appeared in, a person in the news. Everyone laughs and groans. “God, this aging thing sucks.”

People are living longer. During the later parts of their lives, they are healthier and more productive compared to previous generations. If there’s something that can be done to preserve mental acuity, there’s a whole generation of aging baby boomers eager to try it. READ MORE ON: FORBES

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