Frequent mental activity linked to lower cognitive decline

07/4/2013 | HealthDay News

Challenging hobbies and activities such as reading and writing may help ward off signs of dementia including memory loss, according to research from Chicago's Rush University Medical Center. The study in the journal Neurology found older people with frequent mental activity had a 32% lower rate of mental decline compared with those who had average mental activity.

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