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A good new year's resolution for your brain

Today's New York Times contains a fascicnating op-ed piece by noted neurologist, Oliver Sacks, This Year, Change Your Mind.

Here is Dr. Sack's New Year's resolution:

New Year’s resolutions often have to do with eating more healthfully, going to the gym more, giving up sweets, losing weight — all admirable goals aimed at improving one’s physical health. Most people, though, do not realize that they can strengthen their brains in a similar way.  You can read the full piece here: This Year, Change Your Mind



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