Intervention successfully reduces risk of dementia 

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“We need to further delineate what makes some computerized cognitive training effective, while other types are not,” said Dr. Edwards. “We also need to investigate what is the appropriate amount of training to get the best results. The timing of intervention is also important. Existing data indicate speed training is effective among older adults with and without mild cognitive impairment, but it is important to understand this is preventative to lower risk of dementia and is not a treatment for dementia.”

Source: Intervention becomes first to successfully reduce risk of dementia | EurekAlert! Science News

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