Keep Your Brain Active by Doing Things You Love – AARP
The Global Council on Brain Health offers recommendations on how cognitively stimulating activities can keep your brain sharp as you age.
Farmer’s Market Tip: Cauliflower
Choosing the right produce is an important part of meal preparation. Watch this video for tips from the growers on how to choose the best cauliflower and ways to prepare it.
Create Your Own Path to Brain Health
AARP members have access to Staying Sharp, which provides tools to help you maintain or improve memory, sleep, stress management and brain function.
Keep Your Brain Healthy With Staying Sharp
As an AARP member, you have access to articles, activities and games to help you live a healthy lifestyle on your terms. Find out how with Staying Sharp.
Staying Sharp Is Now Included With Your AARP Membership
As an AARP member, you can discover brain-healthy articles, activities, games and more. Boost your brain health today with Staying Sharp.
S.M.A.R.T. Driving Tip: Stay Sharp - AARP
The fitness of your mind and body must work hand in hand in order to drive safely.
6 Minute Stretch with Denise Austin - AARP
Join AARP Wellness Ambassador, Denise Austin for a full body stretch help keep you mind and body sharp.
Stroke of Discovery | AARP
Harvard brain scientist and stroke survivor Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor shares why it is important to stimulate both the left and right brain and how whole brain living facilitates a more engaged and fulfilling life.
Dr. Oz applauds AARP
Talks Staying Sharp and importance of brain health
Vegetables with Curry Dip
This dip is great for all occasions. It's perfect for taking to parties, can get your kids to eat veggies, and can be made quickly for surprise guests.
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