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Good grades and a complex job may prevent dementia, studies show

Performing well at school and going on to have a complex job could lower the risk of dementia, scientists have found.

On the contrary, loneliness, watching too much TV and a sedentary lifestyle can make a person’s cognitive abilities decline more quickly, according to new research being presented to experts at the international Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Washington DC.

Read more on the Independent website.