Speaking multiple languages is like exercise for your brain, according to new research. Studies say it can improve multitasking and may even delay Alzheimer’s. The latest on the impact of bilingualism on the brain.
Guest Host: Susan Page
Neurologist Oliver Sacks is best known for his books describing unusual medical cases he’s observed, but his latest book is devoted to one of his hobbies: the study of ferns. He tells us about a trip he took to Oaxaca, Mexico, in search of rare fern species.
- Oliver Sacks a physician and the author of nine previous books, including "The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat" and "Awakenings."
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