Crafting helps stimulate the mind

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Would you believe glue guns, knitting needles, and paintbrushes could be the tools we need for a healthy mind?

According to a mayo clinic study, engaging in craft projects in mid-to-late life can drive our risk of intellectual decline down 45 percent.

Mike Stone and Jawn McQuade, founders of makers kit stopped by to get us excited about the benefits of crafting.

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