Intellectual Enrichment Again Proven to Delay Cognitive Decline in Seniors

June 23, 2014 8:45 PM

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June 23, 2014 - The evidence continues to mount that the way to protect against the common cognitive decline seen in too many senior citizens is to maintain a lifestyle of intellectual enrichment throughout life. A new study from the Mayo Clinic Study of Aging confirms it again in a report appearing in today�s edition of JAMA Neurology, and add that it may delay dementia as long as nine years, even in high risk seniors.

Previous research has linked intellectual enrichment with possible protection against cognitive decline.

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