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Brains & Blueberries

Blueberries can significantly improve cognitive performance within hours of consumption. Watch Dr. Greger on NutritionFacts.org to see how much.

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Play 3-D Video Games & Fight Dementia

Don’t put that controller down just yet. Playing three-dimensional video games – besides being lots of fun – can boost the formation of memories, according to University of California neurobiologists.

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September is World Alzheimer’s Month

START WORLD ALZHEIMER’S MONTH WITH A HEALTHY DEMENTIA-FIGHTING INFOGRAPH & VIDEO.
Prevent dementia. Learn how to lower your Alzheimer’s risk. Be good to your brain this World Alzheimer’s Month.

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