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How Exercise Can Help Prevent Dementia

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Alzheimer’s disease is among the fastest-growing and most deadly diseases. What’s worse, there are currently no effective treatments or therapies to stop or reverse it and it’s commonly thought that cognitive function inevitably declines as we grow older.

It makes sense, then, that so many people feel a powerless kind of fear when pondering their cognitive futures. A big question mark looming out there beyond age 65: “Will I get it, or will I be lucky?” 

Happily, according to leading brain scientists, luck has little to do with it for most people.

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