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Regular Internet Use Linked to Lower Dementia Risk, Study Suggests

Regular Internet Use Linked to Lower Dementia Risk, Study Suggests

A recent study conducted in the US found that regular internet usage was associated with a lower risk of developing dementia, compared to those who d

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A recent study conducted in the US found that regular internet usage was associated with a lower risk of developing dementia, compared to those who did not use the internet regularly. The study followed over 18,000 adults aged 50-65 for nearly 8 years and found that those who engaged in online activities had a lower risk of dementia than those who did not. While the study suggested that being online may help maintain cognitive reserve, it did not prove that internet use can prevent dementia. It is important to note that cognitive decline is caused by various factors,such as diet and exercise, may also influence cognitive health, and more research is needed to better understand the relationship between internet use and dementia.

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