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Keep your mind sharp

The benefits of exercise for physical health are well known, but a new report suggests that staying active can help the elderly keep their minds in shape as well.

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Criminal trials rely on witness accounts. However, experts warn that even people with incredibly superior memories can come up with details that never existed.

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Saiman Mtshweni says...

Survival of the fattest lol, I eat whatever I deem suitable for me but I am at the gym every morning at 5 before going to work and that works for me SA has a big fat problem - academic
Flex your mind

If you want to strengthen your muscles, you exercise. But what if you want to boost your creativity, improve your memory and keep your brain crackling with new ideas?

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