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Until there is a cure or a vaccination, prevention is the best we can hope for. But like all instances of prevention, it is not a guarantee.

https://www.universal-sci.com/headlines/2019/6/25/nine-thing...
We have detailed the compelling international evidence for nine lifestyle factors that may reduce, or increase, an individual’s risk of developing dementia. These are more childhood education, exercise, being socially active, stopping smoking, managing hearing loss, depression, diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity. Each of these factors could help prevent or delay dementia.
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