GENTLEMAN who is over 6ft and hasn't started losing his hair? (Boston)
? ? wrote: not till i see your photos..... On 4/28/06, David Still
wrote: > > Ok, I can be game. > I qualify your very strict criteria, but . . . what about you? Are you > going to share something about you? > > Dave -- Out of98common activities studied including many sports,reading,board games,crossword puzzles, singing, acting,playing an instrument,listening to music,using computers, working out,aerobics, bicycling,bowling,etcONLY BALLROOM DANCINGwas effective@staving off the progression ofAlzheimers disease.It is postulated that the combination of exercise learning of step patterns& social interaction confers this remarkable preventive power to dancers! Dance improves our memory by making us recall steps, routines and dance patterns making it a great mental exercise for our brains. The big benefit is that increasing mental exercise keeps your mind young, quick, alert and open."There is nothing more notable about Socrates than that he found time to learn music and dancing, and thought it was time well spent."If I am what I have&if I lose what I have who then am I? only truly affluent are those who do not want more than they have.