Highly educated people don't withstand the impact of Alzheimer's disease any better than those with less schooling, according to a study that contradicts previous research.
The study of 6,500 people in Chicago, published online by the journal Neurology, found no link between a person's educational level and their rate of decline to Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. The results suggest doctors have to watch....read the whole article
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