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Science Talk: Stimulating Brain Activities Delay Onset of Memory DeclineAugust 4, 2009 — For the second time in six years, researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have shown that people who engage in brain-stimulating activities in later years can reduce their risk of developing Alzheimer's and other types of dementia or delay its onset. The latest study, published in Neurology, found that cognitive activities as diverse as doing crossword puzzles and playing music can delay the occurrence of dementia. See accompanying release (August 04, 2009)
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