Researchers associated greater cognitive enrichment in early life with reduced global Alzheimer's disease pathology scores, but not with other dementia-related pathological alterations, after accounting for sex, level of education and age at death. The findings, published in JAMA Neurology, also showed a correlation between early-life cognitive enrichment and slower cognitive decline.
Early cognitive development linked to Alzheimer's changes
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