Computer Use Found To Reduce Cognitive Decline Risk

An observational study suggests people in their 70s that use a computer, play games, and participate in social activities might reduce their risk of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or the stage between age-related cognitive decline and dementia such as Alzheimer’s.

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