10 research-proven tips for better memory

Published: March, 2014

Healthful habits help protect memory, but the aging brain may need an extra tweak or two to stay sharp.

If you're age 50 or over, chances are you've noticed some decline in your ability to remember things. Perhaps you can't recall why you raced to the pantry, or you forget the names of people you just met at a party.

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