Monday, October 5, 2009

RAIN! AT LAST!

I do not know folks, but it was beginning to be kind of worrysome. The heavenly clouds above refused to release a single drop of rain for how long? Two months? That is highly unusual here.
The buxus plants were beginning to suffer.  They are now saved by a gentle, but steady shower!

I am young! I have lots of grey matter! HURRAY

It is all in the Brain Book!

LEARN A LANGUAGE TO STAY YOUNG
Being fluent in two languages, particularly from childhood, enhances cognitive skills and might also protect against the onset of dementia and other age-related cognitive decline.
One reason for this could be that speaking a second language builds more connections between neurons.

Studies show bilingual adults have denser grey matter, especially in the part of the brain where language and communication skills are controlled.

The increased density was most pronounced in people who learned a second language before the age of five.

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