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The researchers said associations between late-life participation in intellectual activities and decreased odds of developing dementia have been reported in other studies.
Their study was conducted through Elderly Health Centres in Hong Kong, where 15,582 Chinese individuals, 63.9% of whom were women, were first evaluated in 2005. Follow-up assessments were performed from 2006 to 2012..