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Brain combats dementia by shifting resources. - Page 2 - Psychology, Special Needs, Health - Posted: 12th Apr, 2018 - 8:00pm

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For white middle class, moderate drinking is linked to cognitive health in old age. Older adults who consume alcohol moderately on a regular basis are more likely to live to the age of 85 without dementia or other cognitive impairments than non-drinkers, according to a new study. Source 5b.

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‘Highly fit’ middle-age women are nearly 90% less likely to develop dementia decades later, a new study finds. Researchers gave participants an initial exercise test in middle age then followed them for 44 years. Those who could ride an exercise bike at a fast rate for 6 minutes in the initial test had a much lower risk of dementia later on than those who couldn’t complete the workout. The study was published Wednesday in the journal ‘Neurology.’ Ref. USAToday.

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Brain combats dementia by shifting resources. The brain continues to put up a fight even as neurodegenerative diseases like dementia damage certain areas and functions. In fact, recent findings in a Baycrest-University of Arizona study suggest that one method the brain uses to counter these diseases is the reassigning of tasks to different regions. Source 7t.

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