This morning, I interviewed Angela Troyer, who is a neuropsychologist researching at the Baycrest Centre in Toronto. She specializes in the memory changes most people experience as they age, as well as early signs of cognitive disorders. I talked to her about what we can do to protect our memory as we age, and I was surprised to learn what one of the best activities is...cha cha cha.
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