Aerobic activity three times a week for 40 minutes may help prevent Alzheimer's disease, experts say.
No one yet knows how many cases of Alzheimer's can be prevented by healthier living. But without treatments to change the course of the disease, researchers believe prevention may be key to avoiding its memory and quality of life challenges.
Taking preventive measures against dementia involves common sense, healthy activities - exercising regularly, eating well, sleeping enough - as well as keeping your brain active and challenged.
Precise prescriptions aren't possible yet, but new evidence for prevention came out this week at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference ...