Reader's View: Understanding the teen brain
It undermines all those brain-boosting activities we've fostered our kids' whole lives. So let's introduce some fun, engaging stimuli to engage these young brains. How about rock climbing or mountain biking? A high ropes course to get their blood pounding.
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We're Exercising Less This Year Than Last, Survey Shows
Research shows that the short-term benefits<a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19276839"> include better executive function and memory recall</a>. That brain boost means that a morning workout <em>could</em> take the place of a caffeine fix.
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Drs. Oz and Roizen: Pregnant? Find ways other than alcohol to de-stress
And try our unforgettable, brain-boosting tips: 1. Walk fast for at least 30 minutes daily, heading for 10,000 steps a day. Any exercise, but especially aerobics that make you sweat, is the very best memory enhancer. 2. Cut body-wide inflammation with …
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