Dementia delayed by speaking a second language

Those who have been contemplating learning a second language may want to enroll on a course, as researchers have found that being bilingual may help to delay three types of dementias. The study, published in the journal Neurology, is also the first of its kind to report a second language advantage in those who are... 
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Added November 08, 2013
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