“Intellectual Activities” May Benefit Cognition

Pastimes that make you think, calculate, and apply logic might help your brain compensate for age-related cognitive decline.

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A recent study suggests that regular participation in “intellectual activities” may prevent dementia or delay its progression in people who already have the condition. The study isn’t the first to point

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