Brain games cut dementia risk by nearly 50%, says study
A computerized brain-training program can cut the risk of dementia among healthy people by 48%, says researchers in the US.
This is based on the findings of a study done over 10 years.
This is the first time that a study has shown that any kind of intervention could delay the development of dementia in normal, healthy adults. Until now, experts have rejected the idea that brain games have any effect.