Science provides good reason to Juggle

Recently, researchers from the University of Oxford applied both neuroscience and juggling to study how the adult human brain adapts when a complex visual-motor skill is learned.

The researchers found that the adult human brain can "condition its own wiring system to operate more efficiently." On 11 October 2009, the journal Nature Neuroscience published their findings online. The next day, the following news article was released by AFP.

Read the article from BBC News: Juggling increases brain power



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