HAVING HOBBIES IN MIDDLE AGE COULD HELP REDUCE YOUR CHANCES OF GETTING DEMENTIA

Scientists discovered activities such as reading, playing sport and socialising contribute to maintaining brain power in old age - and may help reduce the risk of dementia in later life.

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