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Older adults do their best thinking in the fall, study suggests

Sep 4, 2018

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Winter, spring, summer or fall? Did you know that a person's thinking and memory changes throughout the year? 

Dr. Andrew Lim is the lead investigator of a recent study published in the journal PLOS Medicine. His study found that an older adult's ability to think and concentrate — their cognition — is better in the fall compared to the spring. The difference is equivalent to almost four years of aging.

Read more about the study and its findings