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Simple steps could decrease risk of dementia

2nd March 2016

Health chiefs say, simple lifestyle changes can decrease your risk of developing dementia by 60%.

Dubbed the 'Act Now' campaign, health chiefs want the public to remember it with steps:

Active (physically and socially)

Check your health regularly

Try new things

No to smoking

Occasional alcohol in moderation

Watch your weight

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MIKHAN KHAN

Saturday 31st December 2016 @ 18:17

Indeed, how simple are the lifestyle changes recommended! Yet, most of us tend to either forget or deliberately ignore them. Alas, if we could only clutch on these, how safe we will be from the dreaded disease.


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Article Information

Title: Simple steps could decrease risk of dementia
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 27696
Date Added: 2nd Mar 2016

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Daily Express

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