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: Although significant research has been done on whether children can read a book or not, the unseen positive feeling of books dominates them. New research has shown that children who are fond of books at an early age retain their mental capacity even in old age and do not suffer from mental retardation and other diseases.

Ella Schwartz, a professor at Ben Gurion University in Israel, has long considered the relationship between old age, Alzheimer’s, and studies. They surveyed 8,239 people up to the age of 65 who were protected from a mental illness such as stroke, Alzheimer’s, and amnesia. All of these individuals were reviewed from 2011 to 2013. Those who spent their childhood with a large bookcase did well in several tests of mental ability.

The research concludes that children should be accustomed to reading, playing and reading books from an early age. 55% of the people surveyed were women. Women who spent time in books as children also looked much stronger mentally in old age. They had a faster memory, vocabulary, and higher payout rates than others.
Professor Ella and other experts advised parents that picture books could be purchased for children even if they could not read. He also suggested building a children’s library.

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