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Multitasking 'Switch' Doesn't Work As Well In Older Brains

Age affects short-term memory, attention to new task

Warning: Don't let anyone interrupt you while you're reading this. Not if you're over 60 and want to remember it, anyway. … Back to Article

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AGING BRAIN: Some leading health experts believe that memory loss and brain decay contributed from aging can now be slowed, or even reversed.  Treatment can help end the cycle of memory loss and anxiety for some patients.

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