Prevent Alzheimer’s? Start as a teenager!

Alzheimer; News from the web:

A Waterloo researcher is looking at the link between high school grades and the complexity of essays written in early adulthood to the risk of Alzheimer’s decades later.

“We know that early brain development is important later in life,” said applied health sciences professor Suzanne Tyas at the University of Waterloo.

Potentially that could lead to strategies to build “cognitive resilience” to reduce the impact of Alzheimer’s disease, which destroys brain cells.

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