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Longer lives mean healthy aging is critical

aaIf you were born between 1946 and 1964 you are prob­a­bly going to work and live longer than any pre­vi­ous gen­er­a­tion. It is also very like­ly that you have had some expe­ri­ence with Alzheimer’s dis­ease or oth­er types of demen­tia either through a loved one, a client or a patient.

This is why more and more adults are cur­rent­ly eager to try new approach­es to reduce the rate and impact of cog­ni­tive decline. They want to “train their brains” using high tech games that go beyond the tra­di­tion­al cross­word puz­zles.

Keep learn­ing by read­ing more arti­cles in the Resources sec­tion, and also please con­sid­er join­ing our free month­ly Brain Fit­ness eNewslet­ter

This new online resource is based on the con­tent from the book The Sharp­Brains Guide to Brain Fit­ness (May 2009, $19.95), by Alvaro Fer­nan­dez and Dr. Elkhonon Gold­berg.