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Alzheimer’s could be warded off by ‘an intellectually, socially and physically active lifestyle’, says new study

Leisure, social and learning activities can help us ward off the cognitive decline that comes with Alzheimer’s disease, a new study suggests. Image: REUTERS/Toru Hanai

Victoria Masterson

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Chart showing distribution of Alzheimer's disease among adults in the US.
Alzheimer’s is currently the seventh leading cause of death in the US. Image: Statista
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