Older adults can improve their mental speed and agility by playing a simple video game called “Road Tour,” a study shows. Study author Fredric Wolinsky, a professor of public health at the University of Iowa reports that although brain plasticity starts slowing down by the age of 30, the brain can be trained to regain its abilities and take them to higher levels. The study involved 681 healthy individuals aged 50 and above who were split into four groups. One group was assigned to do computerized crossword puzzles and the other three groups were asked to play the video game […]Continue reading Video Game Improves Older People’s Mental Skills
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