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    Spend five minutes a day assigning a picture to every name and create a visual. Follow Ron White’s example: "Karen is carrot, and then when I meet Karen, I'm looking for the carrot on her face." Doing so will ensure you can always match a name to a face and avoid the embarrassment of forgetting!
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    While physics would dictate that your food travels down after you eat it, a certain amount travels up to your brain (via arteries after it's been through the digestive process, of course). Among the best nutrients to help keep your cerebral power lines strong are omega-3 fatty acids—the kinds of...Read More
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    A study has shown that people who have a Duchenne smile, where you use your whole face and eyes, live the longest. Check out the Duchenne Smile Reference...Full Post
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    Are you a food addict? Psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula has developed a 5 question quiz that can help you determine if you're addicted: http://bit.ly/OtwiSI