Good news: Nearly everybody agrees that brains areimportant.

A recent survey by AARP finds that 98 percent of those over 40believe that maintaining or improving brain health is somewhat orvery important. The other 2 percent presumably believe that healthybrains are for nerds.

The bad news is that a large portion of those surveyed are notdoing what is necessary to preserve or enhance their brains. Whatshould they be doing? Exercising, eating healthy, reading, andsocializing with friends and family.

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