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According to patient and author David Spero, R.N., "Although not all psychologists agree, many believe that keeping our minds active will prevent memory loss and mental deterioration. Mental activity can help prevent boredom, provide fun, and distract us from unpleasant symptoms. We can do puzzles such as crosswords or play games of varying levels of difficulty. Or, we may want to read, think, or write about ideas or issues that interest us – the theory of relativity, maybe, or why cats play with string. Anything helps, as long as it keeps the mind active." (Source: The Art of Getting Well: A Five-Step Plan for Maximizing Health When You Have a Chronic Illness, by David Spero, R.N. Published by Hunter House and available at www.hunterhouse.com or by calling 1-800-266-5592.)

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