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In a recent study by Dr. Robert Wilson, a senior neuropsychologist at Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center in Chicago, 300 adults were given thinking and memory tests. Those who actively participated in reading, writing, and similar activities had a 32% lower rate of memory loss than those who did not. The brain needs exercise just like any other part of your body, and reading, writing and other mentally challenging activities help to strengthen the cerebral cortex.

Also, don’t forget to ask our doctors about our Nutritional Cleanse with Isagenix workshop being held on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 7:15 pm. Come in and learn about weight loss, better digestion, increased energy, vitality, and mental clarity. Please call the office at 973-761-0022 to reserve space for you and a guest, as seating is limited.

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