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  • Keeping the Brain Ticking – Through Education

    Just in case you were in any doubt how important it is to keep exercising our brains and stimulating it with new ideas, a recent research study from the University of British Columbia has discovered how brain cells change (for the positive) during learning. The research shows that learning stimulates our brain cells to cause a biochemical modification, which is essential in producing the changes in brain cell connectivity; thus improving how we learn and our memory function.

    Especially with Alzheimer’s disease on the rise, it’s a pretty convincing argument to continue your education with IDI — all it takes is a trip to a training center near you. Not only will your brain be grateful by stimulating a few million brain cells, so will your business!

    As Benjamin Franklin once put it, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”

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