Bilingualism has protective effect in delaying Alzheimer's disease symptoms
from News Medical
A new study at Ghent University has established that the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease manifest themselves about four to five years later in bilinguals as opposed to monolinguals. In bilinguals, the disease onset was estimated at the age of 77, while in monolinguals, this was at the age of 73.
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