In the media
The Daily Mail: The doctor double act who can help you live healthier for longer
17 January 2019
Dr Elliot offered advice on different activities a person can do to keep their cognitive functions healthy. These ranged from being more active, looking for challenges, learning new skills, and being social.
He highlighted the importance of the latter by concluding: “Make a conscious effort to meet people and talk to them. Many of the tips listed above probably all have an aspect of being social, and this may even be partly why they are good for us.”
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