Gray Matter: This Is Your Brain after 50

Whether you get dementia, Alzheimer’s or another brain disease, the fact is we’re living longer and our brains change. What are the changes and how should we be dealing with them, both individually and on a societal level? Are we obsessed with longevity? How can we thrive into the twilight years?

Festival: 2015

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