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Pages in category "Book:English-Hanzi"

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  1. English-Hanzi/You are more likely to develop high blood pressure if
  2. English-Hanzi/Birth defects (also called congenital diseases) refer to diseases that occur during birth
  3. English-Hanzi/Studies have shown that adopting a variety of healthy lifestyle choices
  4. English-Hanzi/Certain risk factors for dementia
  5. English-Hanzi/The brain has many different areas
  6. English-Hanzi/Dementia is caused by damage to brain cells
  7. English-Hanzi/Although most changes in the brain that cause dementia are permanent
  8. English-Hanzi/The brain area called the hippocampus is the center of brain learning and memory
  9. English-Hanzi/Different types of dementia are related to specific types of brain cell damage in specific areas of the brain
  10. English-Hanzi/Dementia is often incorrectly referred to as "dementia of the old people"
  1. English-Hanzi/You are more likely to develop high blood pressure if
  2. English-Hanzi
  3. English-Hanzi/Birth defects (also called congenital diseases) refer to diseases that occur during birth
  4. English-Hanzi/Dementia is a series of symptoms
  5. English-Hanzi/Studies have shown that adopting a variety of healthy lifestyle choices
  6. English-Hanzi/Certain risk factors for dementia
  7. English-Hanzi/The brain has many different areas
  8. English-Hanzi/Dementia is caused by damage to brain cells
  9. English-Hanzi/Although most changes in the brain that cause dementia are permanent
  10. English-Hanzi/The brain area called the hippocampus is the center of brain learning and memory

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