Senior citizens’ use of computers and mobile phones might shave 10 years off their mental age

_"A new study found that the use of computers and mobile phones could partly explain why senior citizens today appear to be four to eight years younger, cognitively speaking, than a similar population less than a decade ago."_ With all the time I spend in front of a screen, I'm afraid I'll have the mental age of a fifteen years old by the time I retire.


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