We already know volunteering makes you feel good, but it's also good for your brain.
That's according to a new study conducted by the University of California Davis.
The research team found that volunteering later in life is associated with improved cognitive functions, notably in executive function and episodic memory.
Volunteering activities, like supporting educational, religious, or health-related causes, offer older individuals opportunities for physical activity, enhanced social interaction, and cognitive stimulation.
Read more about the study here.
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