Alzheimer's Cases Could Drop

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By Alabama News Network

New research presented at the Alzheimer's Assocation conference in Copenhagen suggests that higher levels of education and better treatment of cardiovascular disease in the U.S. and in other developed nations could lead to a drop in Alzheimer's cases.  

Doctors say there is evidence that these factors and working a mentally challenging job can improve memory and increase brain capacity, and that in turn reduces the risk of developing dementia.  

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