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Cognitive decline in later years — from mild forgetfulness to dementia — is well-documented, but researchers at the National Institute on Aging now say that “cognitive skills that require constant practice, such as understanding and using language, are usually well preserved.” And they’re even looking into whether some cognitive skills — like being able to ignore distractions — may improve with age.

The writers who publish their stories here at Crow’s Feet support the theory that…

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Nancy Peckenham

Journalist, editor, mother, wife, sister, daughter, friend, adventurer, history-lover. Editor of Crow’s Feet