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Living with Dementia

Ruth Sutherland

Education Lessens Dementia’s Effects

Scientists from the United Kingdom and Finland have discovered that a history of higher education both lowers the risk for and tempers the effects of dementia.

People who stay in education for longer appear to be better able to compensate for the effects of dementia on the brain, a study… Education Lessens Dementia’s Effects   

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