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April 25, 2016

Computers, Crafts, Games, Social Activities May Help Protect Memory

By Ali Skahan

If you’re guilty of checking your social media 100 times a day, don’t worry — it may actually be helping your brain health. A Mayo Clinic study found that everyday things, like updating your Facebook, or flipping through your guiltiest pleasure tabloid, can actually help protect your memory. You can read about some of the brain health benefits of your favorite break-time activities here.

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Computers, Crafts, Games, Social Activities May Help Protect Memory
Computers, Crafts, Games, Social Activities May Help Protect Memory | Mayo Clinic Connect
If you’re guilty of checking your social media 100 times a day, don’t worry — it may actually be helping your brain health.


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