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30 December 2010

MedDiet tied to slow mental decline

People who follow a Mediterranean diet may think a little more clearly into old age, hints a new study.

People who follow a Mediterranean diet may think a little more clearly into old age, hints a new study.

To determine if slower brain aging might join the diet's list of potential health benefits, Dr Tangney and her colleagues looked at the dietary habits and cognitive function of nearly 4,000 Midwesterners aged 65 and older.

 
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