Must Reads: Health

"A Sharper Mind, Middle Age and Beyond" 
By: Patricia Cohen, The New York Times

"The Aging Brain"
By: John Morrison, The Washington Post

"Bad Eating Habits Can Be Corrected By Using the Right Workarounds"
By: Consumers Union of United States Inc, The Washington Post

"Brain Flush Toxic Waste In Sleep, Including Alzheimer's-Linked Protein, Study of Mice Finds"
By: Meeri Kim, The Washington Post

"The Case For Sleep Medicine"
By: Gayle Green, The New York Times

"Coffee Isn't Always Bad For You"
By: Jennifer LaRue Huget, The Washington Post

"Death Be Not Decaffeinated: Over Cup, Groups Face Taboo"
By: Paula Span, The New York Times

"Fast Time and the Aging Mind"
By: Richard A. Friedman, The New York Times

"Making the Case for Eating Fruit" 
By: Sophie Egan, The New York Times

"Pedometers, Smartphone Apps, and Other Devices Can Motivate and Entertain Walkers"
By: Consumer Union of United States Inc, The Washington Post

"Physically Fit Students Do Better in School Than Others, Study Finds"
By: Linda Searing, The Washington Post

"Quick Study: Lifelong Music Training May Help Stave Off Hearing Loss"
By: Linda Searing, The Washington Post

"Rethinking Sleep"
By: David K. Randall, The New York Times

"Study Shows That Hearing Loss May Raise Older Adults' Risk of Falling"
By: Linda Searing, The Washington Post

"What Happened to Downtime?"
By: The 99 Percent, Fast Company

"Why do some people never get depressed?"
By: Geoff Watts, BBC News