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Does not practicing the brain erode its power? [closed]
Does not practicing the brain erode its power? If so, are perpetual brain exercises recommended to prevent (or increase) its power (chess, puzzles, etc)?
May 20 '13 at 14:34
Marco Leonardo Yamin
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