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July 21, 2014 – Newsletter

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Hello,

Please enjoy our latest expert reviewed Alzheimer's News. The first article, “Exercise and a Healthy Lifestyle Reduce Dementia Risk” discusses how two studies found that an active and healthy lifestyle may be critical in helping to keep the brain healthy in old age.

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[2] Exercise and a Healthy Lifestyle Reduce Dementia RiskRegular exercise, a healthy diet, keeping weight down, not smoking and moderating alcohol consumption were all linked to a lower risk of dementia...

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[3] Heavy Drinking in Midlife Speeds Memory LossDrinking more than two-and-a-half drinks a day can speed memory loss by up to six years...

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[4] How Eating Fish May Help Our Brains

People with high blood levels of the “good” fats found in fish had more robust brains than those with low levels of those fats...Click Here To View This Article >> [4]

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