All of this is good news for people who are genetically blessed with big brains, but there is hope for the rest of us? It turns out that the key to a big brain starts with how you develop in early childhood.
Where does that leave us at the age of 6? Experts believe that an active lifestyle can help to ward off Alzheimer’s disease. That is, a healthy diet, do sports keep a healthy social life and activity solve ‘brain exercises ‘like reading and crossword puzzles.
With a large brain is not just fodder for bragging about how smart you are. According to a new study, it may also mean less chance of developing Alzheimer’s disease symptoms later in life. It is possible that a larger brain has to give more matter, so that the loss of the nerves and synapses not is so potent another theory is, that excess brain tissue may find alternative routes to the brain for information about new channels and networks for information..There is currently no vaccine available against HCV, but simple actions such use of sterile injecting equipment and not know personal items such as toothbrushes and razors, to minimized your chances of their to protecting subjected. Maryland Ramsay, hepatitis expert at the Centre of Infections, infection, the HPA: We must not become complacent on the, it is crucial that awareness campaigns are maintained and enhanced if more people be tested to the risk of of infection, and treated. .
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