Healthy Aging Month

Research indicates that keeping your brain active as you age may help to generate new brain cells and make new connections in the brain.

In celebration of Healthy Aging Month, make a pledge to lifelong learning and pursue your intellectual curiosity. Whether it’s participating in continuing education classes, reading / joining a book club, learning new skills or playing games, there are fun and easy ways to exercise your mind.

Our partner, The National Center for Creative Aging, was recently mentioned in a New York Times article that highlights active seniors and the inspirational, fulfilling lives they lead.

Read more here:

http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/08/15/for-healthy-aging-a-late-act-in-the-footlights/

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