Researchers investigate effects of Mediterranean diet on dementia | 7NEWS

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While Australians are living longer than ever, the rate of dementia is skyrocketing. In a world-first study, researchers from the University of South Australia believe they have found the key to staving off the condition and it all comes down to what you eat.

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