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Study hints at benefits of lifestyle interventions in reducing dementia risk

For over a decade, The Ivey has built a model of dementia care (and caregiver support) around lifestyle interventions. Cognitive stimulation, socialization, healthy eating and exercise are all vital components of this model. Recently, yet another study is supporting this approach, suggesting that it not only reduces a person's dementia risk, but that it can also improve a person's cognition and even reverse some of the damage done to the brain during aging or from brain disorders. Read more about the study by the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging HERE.