Stimulating Activities Help Prevent Alzheimer's

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By Alabama News Network

New research finds activities that stimulate the mind and move the body are the best ways to protect against Alzheimer's disease.

Wisconsin researchers found people at risk for Alzheimer's who also read books and played games had higher test scores.

A separate Mayo Clinic study found people with mild cognitive impairment who also exercised in their 50's and 60's decreased their risk of developing dementia.

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