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Frequent Brain Stimulation In Old Age Reduces Risk Of Alzheimer's Disease

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How often older adults read a newspaper, play chess, or engage in other mentally stimulating activities is related to the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.

For the study, more than 700 people in Chicago with an average age of 80 underwent yearly cognitive testing for up to five years.