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Suburban Living Reduces Dementia Risks

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by ROSIE TAYLOR FOR THE DAILY MAIL

Living in the suburbs could help protect you from dementia, a study found.

People in poorer areas were far more likely to show the early signs of Alzheimer’s disease than those who lived in wealthier districts.

Scientists believe factors such as pollution, limited access to healthy food or space to exercise and low levels of education in deprived areas may have a damaging effect on brain health.

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