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No evidence for Alzheimer’s prevention methods says new report

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A new evidence report from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality says there is no evidence for that many current strategies for preventing cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease, such as nutritional interventions and physical activity, work. Download the report, Alzheimer’s disease and Cognitive Decline, at http://www.ahrq.gov/clinic/tp/alzcogtp.htm.

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