Smart career strategies can boost brain health

08/8/2013 | CNNMoney/Fortune

Research shows that continually learning and taking on "stretch" projects reduces your risk of dementia, and such practices can also be good for your career, says Alvaro Fernandez, founder and CEO of market research firm SharpBrains. "Excessive specialization is not the best strategy for maintaining long-term brain health," he says.

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