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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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7:24AM PDT on May 28, 2012

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

7:18AM PDT on May 28, 2012

great news

3:44AM PDT on Nov 1, 2011

Good study and eases communication barrier.

1:54AM PDT on Oct 29, 2011

Interesting ....thanks..

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2:01PM PDT on Oct 22, 2011

Interesting., I need to bone up on my SPanish

1:23PM PDT on Oct 21, 2011

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9:59PM PDT on Oct 20, 2011

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2:30AM PDT on Oct 19, 2011

A good prompt to brush up language skills.

12:55AM PDT on Oct 18, 2011

thanks for the article

1:12PM PDT on Oct 17, 2011

I have known that fact for years, that is why I am learnibng my 6th language nowadays! :) I REALLY dont want to become senile!

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