Learning new skill may improve brain health

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  A significant boost in memory was evident in older adults who developed new skills as they took up new hobbies even at their old age. 

    Acquiring new skills to take on the challenges you are dealing with can improve your brain health perhaps even better than frequent socializing, researchers say. You may want to focus more on skill acquisition rather than too frequent and excessive socializing. Older adults who got new skills by taking up new hobbies got more significant boost in memory than those who socialized regularly.

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