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July 10, 2013 – Newsletter

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Latest Alzheimer's Disease News In Review
[3] Physical Activity Keeps the Brain HealthyAn active lifestyle has long been promoted as a way to keep the heart pumping strong...

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[4] Brain Changes Detected 20 Years Before Alzheimer’s SymptomsScientists increasingly recognize Alzheimer’s as a disease process that years before symptoms of dementia become evident...

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[5] Exercise May Combat Memory Declines Linked to High-Fat FoodsRats and mice fed a high-fat diet show declines in memory and thinking skills. But exercise may combat the detrimental effects of fatty foods on the brain...

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