I like this, as a matter of fact I like it very much - so much that I want to share it with you. This is from an article in Silver and Gold Magazine by writer Suzanne Soto-Davies, from studies performed at Moses V. Chao Molecular Neurobiology Program...its about Neurobics and possible Alzheimer Prevention. Writer Suzanne Soto-Davies tells us: that Mental excercises called Neurobics are proving effective to enhance brain performance and improve mental fitness, including memory. The term Neurobics...Soto-Davies tells us....was coined by late Neurobiologist Lawrence Katz and Manning Rubin, in their book KEEP YOUR BRAIN ALIVE (2000) which describes a series of unique mental exercises designed to keep the brain alert. We are told...Examples of Neurobics are: -Brush your teeth and comb your hair using your non-dominant hand. -Perform a series of tasks with your eyes closed, such as sorting out large and small spoons from the dishwasher, dress and undress -Wear your watch on the opposite wrist. -Walk backwards through your home (in China this is common practice in parks) -Look at photographs sideways or upside down -Find out what time your watch says, by looking at the reflection in the mirror. - Change the route you take to and from work. - and remember, it will cost you nothing to try these sugested exercises, and its great mind play to teach others who could benefit from practicing them in the future. Your right hemisphere will thank you. And we thankyou Suzanne Soto-Davies, for bringing us this exciting information.