The New York Times Crosswords to Keep Your Brain Young: The 6-Step Age-Defying Program
Many puzzle fans enjoy crosswords not just for the fun but for the benefits--puzzles help keep the mind limber and vocabulary expanding. The 150 crosswords in this book are divided into chapters, with each chapter focusing on a specific brain-boosting theme: vocabulary building, memorization, problem solving, etc. Will Shortz has paired up with a top neuroscientist, Dr. Majid Fotuhi, who provides introductions to each chapter and additional insight into brain health as well as facts and tips to keep your mind sharp!
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Review: The New York Times 5 Steps to Boost Your Brainpower: The Complete Crossword Puzzle Program to Keep Your Mind SharpUser Review - Odgerel - Goodreads
Thought it was really well written and contains scientifically based-facts on neuroscience. It has good practical approach to improve and exercise our(mainly my) aging brain(s). It wasn't a cheap buy but I think it's a good start on my mission to improve my memory, and better my brain. Read full review
Review: The New York Times 5 Steps to Boost Your Brainpower: The Complete Crossword Puzzle Program to Keep Your Mind SharpUser Review - Goodreads
it's working. my brain is so young right now...111
The New York Times Little Black (and White) Book of Crosswords
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The New York Times Will Shortz's Favorite Sunday Crossword Puzzles: From the ...
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