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(Psych Central News) People who have superior language skills early in life may be less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease decades later, despite having the hallmark signs of the disease."A puzzling feature of Alzheimer's disease is how it affects people differently," said study author Juan ... ...


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]People who have superior language skills early in life may be less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease decades later, despite having the hallmark signs of the disease."A puzzling feature of Alzheimer's disease is how it affects people differently," said study author Juan ...

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This article gave me some hope. I practiced law for many years and needed the language skills I began to foster at an early age.
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