The human brain weighs just three pounds, but it holds the sum total of all your memories… what you’ve done, who you’ve known, — in short, who you are.

But the brain changes with age as you find yourself forgetting things more frequently or finding it harder to concentrate. The good news is that, no matter what your age, it’s not too late to take steps to prevent memory loss. There’s a lot you can do to keep your brain healthy and even improve its ability to create, retain, and recall facts and memories.

“Improving Memory”, a special report from Harvard Medical School, is an empowering guide for keeping your brain healthy. Its easy-to-adopt recommendations show the practical steps that lead to better brain health and the value of both physical and mental exercise (and the best activities for each).

So, for all the memories you’ve made, and those yet to come, call Harvard Medical School at 877-649-9457 for a copy of “Improving Memory”.