Bilingualism May Slow Onset of Alzheimer’s

A ground-breaking study just released suggests that knowledge of more than one language can help delay the onset of symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Richard W.
Richard W1 years ago

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Jessica Turner
Jessica Turner1 years ago

Hello,
It is highly plausible that activities engaged in over a lifetime that increase our cognitive ability for example understanding two or more languages may possibly have a protective effect against cognitive decline. However, this study cannot prove that being bilingual is directly protective against developing dementia. Very nice post... Thank you so much for sharing with us.......... Keep posting more

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Teresa Wlosowicz
Teresa W5 years ago

Noor and Marina: thank you for your comments, I wanted to say exactly the same.

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Teresa Wlosowicz
Teresa W5 years ago

great news

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Irma Paulme
Irma Paulme6 years ago

Good study and eases communication barrier.

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David Ross
David Ross6 years ago

Interesting ....thanks..

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Brigid C.
Brigid C6 years ago

Interesting., I need to bone up on my SPanish

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Darice M.
Darice M6 years ago

Page will not load, was interested in this.

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Marjaana V.
marjaana v6 years ago

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Emma S.
Emma S6 years ago

A good prompt to brush up language skills.

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