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For older adults, finding the sweet spot in terms of screen time could help reduce their risk of dementia, a recent study from the School of Global Public Health at New York University found.

Among adults aged 50 to 64.9, regular internet users may experience a lower risk of dementia compared to non‐regular users, researchers discovered.

“We found that regular users experienced approximately half the risk of dementia than non-regular users,” noted lead author Gawon Cho, a PhD candidate from the School of Global Public Health at NYU.


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