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A new long-term study out of Finland found that the more frequently men relaxed in a sauna, the less likely they were to develop Alzheimer’s.
Published in Age and Ageing and highlighted by the New York Times’ Well blog, the study tracked 2,315 healthy guys between the ages of 42 and 60 over the course of about 20 years.
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