Turns out, your smartphone isn't so bad for you after all. In fact, it may help protect your brain against age-related cognitive decline. Brazilian researchers say results of a new study prove digital literacy could contribute to lowered brain aging and memory loss that comes with age. Researchers from the Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina looked at data from over 6,400 British adults over age 50 as part of the English Longitudinal Study on Ageing and found "digital literacy increases brain and cognitive reserve or leads to the employment of more efficient cognitive networks to delay cognitive decline." The study, published in the Journals of Gerontology, looked at the link between Internet and email use, and delayed memory recall. Participants were evaluated by testing their memory with a 10-word list. Higher wealth, education, and Internet use were all found to be factors in lower cognitive decline. Click headline to read mroe--
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