Bilingualism could offset brain changes in Alzheimer’s: A study sheds light on how language history relates to brain plasticity

After more than a decade of research, this much we know: it’s good for your brain to know another language. A new study goes further, however, focusing specifically on the effects of knowing a second language for patients with Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment.

Source: Bilingualism could offset brain changes in Alzheimer’s: A study sheds light on how language history relates to brain plasticity — ScienceDaily

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