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Many think there's no real way to prevent Alzheimer's, but writer and neuroscientist Lisa Genova is hopeful. She says certain behaviors can reduce our risk or even slow the disease after diagnosis. Watch the TED video here:
Reference: Cognitive Impairment, (July 28, 2017) Current Affairs, Dementia/Alzheimer’s, Health Care/Long Term Care, Science
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