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Can cognitive activity help combat brain lesions?

Oct. 16, 2013 Lumosity

Can what you do today keep your mind sharp decades in the future, despite harmful physical changes in the brain? A new study in the journal Neurology suggests that cognitively stimulating activities could mitigate the effects of physical brain deterioration, based on analysis of 294 post-mortem brain autopsies.

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