Good article in the Washington Post today:Ã‚Â
The reporter presents a good overview of what is happening,Ã‚Â butÃ‚Â framed around a highly artificial choice for consumers: either you a) do physical exercise, or b) take part in social interactions, orÃ‚Â c) engage in mental exercise.
What about switching off those TVs and having time for all a, b, c, and more? Research does not support a “general solution” to cognitive health but a multi-pronged one, featuring a good nutrition, stress management, and both physical and mental exercise. Each individual presents different contexts and priorities: for example, [Read more…] about Yes, It is Smart to Learn New Tricks