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100 1  Medina, John,|d1956-|eauthor. 
245 10 Brain rules for aging well :|b10 principles for staying 
       vital, happy, and sharp|h[Hoopla electronic resource]. 
246 13 Ten principles for staying vital, happy, & sharp 
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520    How come I can never find my keys? Why don't I sleep as 
       well as I used to? Why do my friends keep repeating the 
       same stories? What can I do to keep my brain sharp? 
       Scientists know. Brain Rules for Aging Well, by 
       developmental molecular biologist Dr. John Medina, gives 
       you the facts, and the prescription to age well, in his 
       signature engaging style. With so many discoveries over 
       the years, science is literally changing our minds about 
       the optimal care and feeding of the brain. All of it is 
       captivating. A great deal of it is unexpected. In his New 
       York Times best seller Brain Rules, Medina showed us how 
       our brains really work and why we ought to redesign our 
       workplaces and schools to match. In Brain Rules for Baby, 
       he gave parents the brain science they need to know to 
       raise happy, smart, moral kids. Now, in Brain Rules for 
       Aging Well, Medina shares how you can make the most of the
       years you have left. In a book destined to be a classic on
       aging, Medina's fascinating stories and infectious sense 
       of humor breathe life into the science. Brain Rules for 
       Aging Well is organized into four sections, each laying 
       out familiar problems with surprising solutions. First up,
       the social brain, in which topics ranging from 
       relationships to happiness and gullibility illustrate how 
       our emotions change with age. The second section focuses 
       on the thinking brain, explaining how working memory and 
       executive function change with time. The third section is 
       all about your body: how certain kinds of exercise, diets,
       and sleep can slow the decline of aging. Each section is 
       sprinkled with practical advice, for example, the 
       fascinating benefits of dancing and the brain science 
       behind each intervention. The final section is about the 
       future. Your future. Medina connects all the chapters into
       a plan for maintaining your brain health. You may already 
       be experiencing the sometimes-unpleasant effects of the 
       aging process. Or you may be deeply concerned about your 
       loved ones who are. Either way, Brain Rules for Aging Well
       is for you. 
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650  0 Gerontology. 
650  0 Aging. 
650  0 Cognitive psychology. 
650  0 Aging|xPsychological aspects. 
650  0 Electronic books. 
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