Alzheimer's disease is a form of dementia that over time causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. And although it is incurable, we often hear advice and advice on how to prevent it from appearing. Activities like jigsaw puzzles have been touted as brain exercise and a good way to prevent memory loss. Does that mean you can prevent the onset of Alzheimer's by doing puzzles? Is this myth or medicine?
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