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AARP is hosting brain health seminars throughout Northern Virginia to explain how smart habits and social interaction can sharpen your mind. The community meetings will focus on five pillars of brain health: diet, regular exercise, social engagement, relaxation and learning new things.
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 The brain requires nutrients/food that keeps it functioning. Some of the foods that supply the brain with functional nutrients/foods are as follows:
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For awhile now on our  Facebook Page we've been doing "Train Your Brain Facebook Fridays." Here's the puzzle we're working on today,  and the solution below. Be sure to check back every Friday for more brain training exercises!
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For awhile now on our  Facebook Page we've been doing "Train Your Brain Facebook Fridays." Here's the puzzle we're working on today,  and the solution below. Be sure to check back every Friday for more brain training exercises!
Brain Health
AARP Wyoming is partnering with local and state agencies to host “Gray Matters: Training the Grownup Brain” on May 2, at the Young at Heart Senior Center from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m in Rock Springs, Wyo.
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The year was 1996. AARP members from Chapters 310 and 3146 in Cheyenne, Wyo. decided they wanted a fun way to challenge their peers to keep their minds sharp as they age. The result? The AARP National Spelling Bee was born.
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