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Mentally stimulating activities protect against Alzheimer's Disease. Ten individuals with Alzheimer's Disease were studied together with 65 healthy people and 11 young controls. This study found that those who participated throughout their lives in mentally stimulating activity had less beta-amyloid (a suspected cause of Alzheimer's Disease) deposited in their cortex. The authors conclude that individuals who participated in greater early and mid-life cognitive activity (including playing brain games, reading, and writing) had lower amyloid uptake, perhaps reducing the onset and progression of Alzheimer's.