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Americans believe they have the power to reduce their risk of cognitive decline but don't know how to make it happen

Americans believe they have the power to reduce their risk of cognitive decline but don't know how t
Americans believe they have the power to reduce their risk of cognitive decline but don't know how t
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June 14, 2015
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Americans believe they have the power to reduce their risk of cognitive decline but don't know how to make it happen

According to a recent survey conducted by in partnership with the Alzheimer's Association, 91 percent of people believe they can reduce their risk of cognitive decline, but they have misconceptions about ways to keep their brains healthy. -

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