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Use it or lose it: Active learning improves cognitive learning in active adults

Older adults who learn a new, mentally demanding skill can improve their cognitive function, according to research. "When we see all these media reports that tell people that they should get involved socially, or do crossword puzzles or Sudoku, they are just not as beneficial as learning something new where you really have to put that effort in,? says one investigator. ?You have to want to change and work hard to see real benefits.?
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