Cognitive Reserves Against Alzheimer

Ross Andel of the University of South Florida studied the cause and effect relationship between two pairs, in which one pair had dementia and the other didn’t. The reason for the latter group being safe was because of the protective effect of complex work they were engaged in. “Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences” suggests that people with a higher cognitive reserve have lower risks of getting affected by Alzheimer’s. Read More…

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