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Brain Fitness

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Keep the Brain Fit It has long been suspected, and now scientists think they have the proof: Exercise is healthy for the brain as well as for brawn. Researchers in California say their findings could provide a vital clue in the fight against dementia. Dr. Richard Harvey, director of research at the Alzheimer's Society, says the study, based on experiments with labora...Read more

Dementia

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Five Steps to Fight Dementia Well-educated people and those in high-status jobs appear to be better able to fend off the symptoms of mental decline in later life, it was reported recently.A growing number of studies show that the higher a person's IQ, the less likely they are to succumb to dementia and even brain damage caused by injuries.It should even be possible to fight se...Read more
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