Mark Steyvers

Getting your mind working on a daily basis can have a significant positive impact on your cognitive abilities for years to come. In fact, a recent University of California, Irvine-led study found that people in their 70s can multitask cognitively just as well as younger adults their 20s with the help of online brain-training exercises. For the study, researchers looked at data collected from the task-switching game “Ebb and Flow,” which forces the brain to shift between cognitive processes as it deciphers shapes and movements.

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