Discover the Power to Prevent Dementia

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The uOBMRI is at the forefront of neurodiscovery through innovative research that transforms prevention and care for the health of individuals and society. The uOBMRI proudly supports world-class brain and mind research that fosters engagement and collaboration across disciplines, partners and communities; accelerates the creation and application of research-based innovations that improve prevention, care and policies for the health and well-being of individuals and society; and recruit and inspire the next generation of researchers, leaders and innovators.

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Seven rules to avoid dementia
Just as we save money for a rainy day we need to grow our cognitive reserves for older age. Those who have built, grown and replenished these reserves from an early age do better cognitively later in life, even if their brains show signs of disease.

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How to avoid dementia
The lancet Commission on Dementia Prevention, Intervention and Care makes global efforts to improve the lives of people with dementia and their caregivers.

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