For some time now, researchers have known that being bilingual is beneficial both culturally and cognitively. A recent study sheds more light on how knowing a second, or perhaps even a third, language can help your brain, especially when it comes to cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease.
Being Bilingual Is Good For Your Brain
By Ana-Marija Dolaskie — February 8, 2018
Ana-Marija Dolaskie is the Director of Video Production at the American Council on Science and Health. She received her degree in Broadcast Journalism from Columbia College in Chicago. She also always looks that happy while she's working.