Fight Alzheimer’s; Exercise your Brain

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For many years, doctors have believed that cognitive activity could reduce one’s chances of getting Alzheimer’s disease, and for the first time, a study has shown why that might be. By being engaged in cognitive exercises, test subjects showed reduced amounts of protein in the brain linked to the neurological disease. Doing a crossword puzzle, writing a letter, or even reading a newspaper can all contribute to Alzheimer’s prevention.

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