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The games and activities that you already enjoy are great ways to help keep your brain fit while socializing. Adults are elevating game nights to a new level of fun and interaction through "Game Groups" – and connecting with others with similar interests. According to recent research staying socially connected as you get older cuts the risk of dementia onset and contributes to overall well-being. Playing group games – from Mahjong and poker to Trivial Pursuit and other board games – helps maintain personal connections and promote brain health. Learn more

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