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a UCLA Study: Internet Searches Require Increased Brain Activity

Google-, Yahoo- and other search engine users are going to love this ... but for eBay buyers, for example, it means the same: searching for something - practically anything in the Internet - is beneficial for their brains and might even help to prevent dementia. Older people can stimulate their minds even further, reports Dr. Gary Small, professor for neuroscience and human behavior at the University of California in Los Angeles, UCLA and co-author of iBrain (HarperCollins, 2008). Functional magnetic resonance images, recording brain circuitry changes of test persons, showed benefits to people as old as 76 years. But very likely, computer searches are useful for any adult brain.

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