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Speaking two languages can help delay the onset of Alzheimer's symptoms by as long as five years, Canadian scientists said Tuesday.
The Baycrest's Rotman Research Institute researchers examined clinical records of 211 patients diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and found that those who spoke two or more languages consistently over many years experienced a delay in the onset of their symptoms by as long as five years.
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