Keeping the brain active by working later in life may be an effective way to ward off Alzheimer's disease, research suggests.
Researchers analysed data from 1,320 dementia patients, including 382 men.
They found that for the men, continuing to work late in life helped keep the brain sharp enough to delay dementia taking hold. Read more
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
How to Avoid Dementia
A new study suggests that an effective way to ward off Alzheimer's disease is to keep working.