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brainsMind Games? Gyms For The Brain Avail­able Online (Investor’s Busi­ness Daily):

  • If your New Year’s res­o­lu­tion is exer­cise — exer­cise your brain, that is — then cyber­space might be just the place for you…A num­ber of web­sites pro­vide games and exer­cises designed to make brains work bet­ter, rang­ing from Japan­ese num­ber puz­zle Sudoku to indi­vid­u­al­ized “brain training.”
  • Experts aren’t of one mind about the ben­e­fits, but most agree the busi­ness of “brain train­ing” is on the rise.” …“There’s a grow­ing field of non­in­va­sive meth­ods to assess or enhance brain health,” said Alvaro Fer­nan­dez, Wash­ing­ton, D.C.-based head of mar­ket research firm SharpBrains.

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