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Too little (or too much) sleep may increase your dementia risk. Optimizing sleep and getting some exercise may reduce risk.

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I have degrees from Harvard, Yale, and Penn. I am a radiation oncologist in the Seattle area. You may find me regularly posting at www.newcancerinfo.com

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