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Annotation: This article explores the fascinating world of cognitive changes in the brain and their consequences. It delves into the various factors that affect cognitive function, from normal aging processes to neurological disorders, and highlights the importance of understanding these changes for overall brain health. Additionally, it discusses strategies such as cognitive training that can help mitigate cognitive decline and promote mental well-being.
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