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The Ageing Lab at Heriot-Watt University is exploring how taking up a new activity might benefit people’s thinking skills and wellbeing.

They are currently recruiting people aged 65 and older living in Edinburgh and the surrounding areas to take part in this study. They will help participants to take up a new activity before assessing if that has an effect on their thinking skills.

Please contact the research team at [email protected] or call 0131 451 8009 for more information

www.healthyageing.hw.ac.uk
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