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How to Stay Mentally Sharp, According to a Psychiatrist and a Neurologist

It was once long believed—by the average person and by brain health experts—that each person had a finite number of brain cells, which decreased over time. Lose enough and it can lead to neurological damage or diseases, including dementia. It's a school of thought that could cause someone to obsess over every soccer ball they'd ever head-butted or night they had one too many alcoholic drinks.

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