People who speak two languages are ‘better at multi-tasking and less likely to develop Alzheimer’s’

The Daily Mail:

Learning a second language boosts your brain power and can protect against Alzheimer’s disease, scientists say.

New research has shown that bilingual people do better in mental challenges and are more skilled at multi-tasking than those who have just one tongue.

They also develop symptoms of dementia an average of four or five years later.

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