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Study links busy schedules to better cognitive function

In the Journals Staying busy may improve your memory, suggests a study published May 17, 2016, in Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. Researchers examined 330 adults ages 50 to 89 from the Dallas Lifespan Brain Study. Participants rated their daily busyness with a questionnaire. Sample questions included, “How often do you have too many things to do each day to actually get them all done?” and “How often do you have so many…

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