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The BOOMERS ISSUE

Save My Brain!

The mind, like the body, gets flabbier with age. Can a crash course in, well, anything, keep it in shape? We sent a boomer to One Day University to find the answer.

(Photography by Peter Dazeley/Getty)
By Michael Fitzgerald
July 27, 2008

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IT'S THE BRAIN THAT SETS US APART from other creatures. That's why its decline fills us with dread - it foreshadows not just death, but also a shuffling toward being something less than human. We fear devolution. * My brain is my bond to the baby boom, to which I belong only demographically. I was born in 1964, the last ... (Full article: 1081 words)

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