Going for a jog, tackling a crossword puzzle, and learning a new language are all excellent ways to stimulate your brain and keep your memory sharp. But what about the food you're eating? There are plenty
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A biotech founded by a 32-year-old has a shot to launch 'the first new Alzheimer’s drug in 15 years'
• Alzheimer's affects 5 million Americans, a number that's expected to balloon to 13.8 million by 2050.• On average about 99% of all Alzheimer's drugs in clinical trials never actually make it to approval.•
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There will always be an endless list of chores to complete and work to do, and a culture of relentless productivity tells us to get to it right away and feel terribly guilty about any time wasted. But
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