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There a plethora of research on the potential harm of the Internet. However, new research that spending time online could be good for the mental health of older people. A study by researchers from New York University found that regular Internet use could the risk of dementia in those over 50. Study co-author Dr Virginia Chang why there could be a link between being online and better mental health. She wrote: "Online engagement may to develop and cognitive reserve, which can in turn for brain aging and reduce the risk of dementia." The study that "regularly using the internet may associated with cognitive longevity".

Researchers data from an American health and retirement study. This research questioning 18,154 adults over the age of 50 every two years for 16 years. All of the participants dementia-free at the start of the research. Everyone was about their physical and mental wellbeing, and about how long they interacting with the Internet. The researchers that those who used the Internet for up to two hours a day were half as likely to diagnosed with having signs of dementia than those who never online. The research also found that excessive Internet use (of 6 to 8 hours a day) may the risks of dementia.

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