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Computer Game Could Sharpen Elderly Braini
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September 06, 2013 10:49 AM
As people age, they may have more and more difficulty remembering things. Many also complain that their thinking is not as sharp as when they were younger. Doctors recommend various exercises to keep the brain active as long as possible. And now, a new study shows that some computer games also may help boost the mental abilities of elderly people. Zlatica Hoke has more.

Computer Game Could Sharpen Elderly Brain

Published September 06, 2013

As people age, they may have more and more difficulty remembering things. Many also complain that their thinking is not as sharp as when they were younger. Doctors recommend various exercises to keep the brain active as long as possible. And now, a new study shows that some computer games also may help boost the mental abilities of elderly people. Zlatica Hoke has more.


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