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How to cut your risk of memory loss

Brain specialists say that dementia may not be inevitable and that making lifestyle changes earlier in life can lessen the chances of it.

Senh: Contrary to conventional wisdom, doing crossword puzzles and sudoku is not the answer. It's most exercise. Afterwards, it's being social engaged and picking up new skills or trying new things.

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