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Survey: Science-backed habits reduce dementia risk, but many Americans are misinformed

Survey: Science-backed habits reduce dementia risk, but many Americans are misinformed
Survey: Science-backed habits reduce dementia risk, but many Americans are misinformed
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June 17, 2015
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Survey: Science-backed habits reduce dementia risk, but many Americans are misinformed

A new survey from and the Alzheimer's Association reveals that many Americans don't realize certain habits can lower risk of cognitive decline and don't prioritize brain health compared with other aspects of well-being.

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