The One Way You May be Able to Save Your Brain from Alzheimer’s

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'Another study shows meditation protects the aging brain—is it time to work it into your daily routine?

My grandmother lived until she was 93 years old. Right up until the end, she never missed a beat. She was as sharp on her last day as any other day I’d known her, with a quick Irish wit and an ability to sum up a person’s character with one sweep of her gaze.

Not everyone is so lucky, unfortunately.

We’re living longer these days, but not necessarily better. Age-related cognitive decline is on the rise, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimating the number of people affected by Alzheimer’s disease to double by the year 2050.'