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Study: Exercise, tea and vitamin D to ward off dementia

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Study: Exercise, tea and vitamin D to ward off dementia.

Improved living and diet habits — including lots of physical activity, regular tea-drinking and sufficient vitamin D levels — could reduce the risk of brain decline, according to three studies. USA Today. July 11, 2010 (Also see: Foods and Health and Vitamin D)

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Janey Willis

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(Retired) ISN Assistant Webmaster

(Retired) ISN News Director

(Retired) ISN Technical Writer for Training Manuals

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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My grandmother use to drink tea every day. She had her two cups of coffee in the morning and then rest of the day was drinking tea. She was always on top of things never heard say I can't think of what I want to say. Now me that is different story. I do drink green tea every so often. I am going to try and do what I can do make me feel better. I told my therapist that last week.


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Janey,

 

Thanks for the information!! Seems like I forget things more and more lately. Nothing major, but it's still frightening. I have found that being around people (to talk to) helps a lot with vocabulary and being able to say what I mean to say.

 

Thanks again,

Purr


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