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And what about mental health?
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It's the age-old stereotype, but is there any fact in it?
As we get older, is there anything we can do to help maintain our cognitive skills?
Or are we doomed to make poor decisions forever?
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Do the big brands use tricks to get you to buy stuff?
Are people really so special?
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