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TorontoNew research released at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference held in Toronto in late July suggested, among other things, that people who work closely with other people may be better able to withstand the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. The data showed that a cognitively stimulating lifestyle may even counteract the negative cognitive effects of an unhealthy diet, which has been associated with memory and thinking declines in older adults.

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