Harvard Health Letter

What to do when reading gets harder

What to do when reading gets harder Treating underlying conditions and using helpful strategies may be all it takes to get you back on track. Reading for pleasure is one of lifeís great gifts. Itís an escape to another world or a path to increased knowledge. Plus, reading about a subject thatís new to you challenges the brain, which may help create new brain cell connections. But many aspects of health can affect our ability to read…

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