A diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can be overwhelming. Scientists say one out of ten of us will get it.
But a new research project at USF suggests online video games may hold the key to prevention. In some cases, it could cut the chance of developing these memory loss diseases in half.
USF is looking for volunteers, who are at least 65 years old and healthy, to take part in its new research project called PACT: preventing Alzheimer’s with cognitive training.
Volunteers will be required to play a computer game about half an hour a week for two years.
They will check in a few times with the PACT office to be evaluated.
PACT just opened a site in Lakeland. They already have offices in Tampa, St. Pete, and Dade City.
Click the link for more information http://www.fox13news.com/health/alzheimer-s-research-facility-opens-in-lakeland
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