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What Leaders Can Do To Reduce Brain Aging

Brain Aging Is Not Necessarily Inevitable Or Unpreventable  As a follow-up to the previous post on What Leaders Should Know About Their Aging Brains, here is some research on what leaders can do to protect the long-term health of their brains and reduce the natural...

What Leaders Should Know About Their Aging Brains

Being Physically Active Improves Thinking Skills and Overall Brain Health Brain aging is inevitable, to some extent, in all of us. But brain aging is experienced differently by everyone. It is not a uniform process. The rate of cognitive decline affects some people...

What Leaders Should Know About Brain Health

Brain Health Is A Lifetime Pursuit, Not Something Left To The Retirement Years  The brain is the most metabolically active organ in the body. It requires ten times the fuel of any other organ as it has to run 24/7 without sleep. Weighing around three pounds, the human...

Dark Chocolate Reduces Stress

Eating Moderate Amounts of Dark Chocolate is Good for Your Health  Now for perhaps the best news you will find in any of our The Art of Great Leadership blog posts, especially if you are a chocolate lover. Science has confirmed what some of us knew - and many of us...

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