Dementia: The size of your family could influence your cognitive function in later life
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With regard to health, another study has investigated the impact of diet on dementia risk.

The study, published in the journal Neurology, suggests higher levels of antioxidants could lessen an individual’s chances of developing dementia.

Lead author Dr May Beydoun said of the results: “Oxidative stress may occur at an abnormally high level in our body, including within our brain.

“In such circumstances, consuming antioxidants may help protect our cells from damage, including our brain cells.”



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