5 Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's is one of the most feared diseases. Though there are no measures you can take to guarantee that you won't develop it, research suggests that your lifestyle can affect your risk for this disease.

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Use It or Lose It

An active brain is a healthy brain. Commit to lifelong learning. However, be careful to choose activities or subjects that will captivate your interest; if you see an activity as "work" you'll be less likely to keep it up. Try reading, writing, going to the theater, puzzles, games, or learning a new language or a new instrument. These activities will not only exercise your brain; they will enrich your life.

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