Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Speaking more than one language may delay dementia

Bilingual people in a study developed dementia five years later than other people did. Other research shows mental activity has a protective effect.

"The latest evidence that speaking more than one language is a very good thing for our brains comes from a study finding dementia develops years later in bilingual people than in people who speak just one language."



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