Rosie Chapman of Orlando, Fla., checked on Facebook at her home in Orlando, Fla. A study at UCLA showed that simply using search engines triggered key centers in the brains of middle-aged and older adults. Those centers control complex reasoning and decision-making.
Rosie Chapman of Orlando, Fla., checked on Facebook at her home in Orlando, Fla. A study at UCLA showed that simply using search engines triggered key centers in the brains of middle-aged and older adults. Those centers control complex reasoning and decision-making. Red Huber TNS
Rosie Chapman of Orlando, Fla., checked on Facebook at her home in Orlando, Fla. A study at UCLA showed that simply using search engines triggered key centers in the brains of middle-aged and older adults. Those centers control complex reasoning and decision-making. Red Huber TNS

Study: Using search engines can stimulate, possibly improve, brain function

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