Evidence Supports Link between Late-Life Cognitive Activity, Reduced Dementia Risk

September 9, 2016 | Aging Services Risk, Quality, & Safety Guidance

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​Available evidence seems to support the idea that late-life cognitive activity can limit the risk of Alzheimer disease and all-cause dementia, but details about the best types of activities remain unknown, according to a systematic review published in the September 2016 Epidemiology. The review included 12 studies covering nearly 14,000 participants, of whom 1,663 had dementia.

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