The Aging Brains of Biden, Trump, and Science

The Health 202 is undergoing a makeover and will now be known as the Health Brief, despite the name change. Despite the new name, you can still expect the same quality reporting and analysis that you have come to rely on.

Good morning! As a new addition to The Post, I have been here for quite some time, back when you could purchase the newspaper from street corner boxes for just a quarter. Words can sometimes escape us, as they did in a recent article about cognitive health, memory, and political leadership that my colleague Mark Johnson and I collaborated on. Feel free to send any tips on newspapers or other communication technologies from days gone by to joel.achenbach@washpost.com. If you are not already a subscriber, you can sign up here.

By Riley Johnson

As a content writer at newsmol.com, I dive into the depths of information to craft compelling stories that captivate and inform readers. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for storytelling, I strive to create engaging content that resonates with our audience. Whether it's breaking news, in-depth features, or thought-provoking opinion pieces, I am dedicated to delivering high-quality, informative content that keeps readers coming back for more. My goal is to bring a fresh perspective to every article I write and to make a meaningful impact through the power of words.

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