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Doing housework could cut your risk of developing dementia, according to a new study

There are many ways to cut your risk of developing dementia. Image: Steven HWG/Unsplash

Stefan Ellerbeck

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Global forecast of the total number of people with dementia worldwide from 2015 to 2050(in millions)
Dementia cases are predicted to keep on rising - but simple things like household chores can help. Image: Statista

The 10 signs of dementia.
Dementia can cause a variety of progressive symptoms. Image: GlasgowMemoryClinic

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