Everybody's memory goes on the fritz now and again. (Where did I put those keys?) Many lapses can be blamed on normal, fleeting problems such as inattention or an overly busy day.
More concerning, though, are certain ongoing kinds of memory problems, which is why it's worth doing everything in your power to minimize their odds of happening.
On Johns Hopkins Medicine's Healthy Aging website, neurologist Barry Gordon offers simple lifestyle tips that can benefit your brain and protect against memory problems.
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