TIPS for Preventing Alzheimer's Disease

February 2011
Neurology Reviews;Feb2011, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p13
The article offers tips on how to prevent Alzheimer's disease. It stresses the significance of staying physically, mentally, and socially active as findings of several studies suggest that staying active reduces one's risk of Alzheimer's disease. It also emphasizes the importance of reducing stress, paying attention to one's diet, and smoking cessation in preventing Alzheimer's disease.


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