Physical Activity Cuts Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Study: Active lifestyle helps keep brain function healthy.

Research has found that virtually any type of aerobic physical activity, including walking, dancing, and gardening, can improve brain structure and reduce Alzheimer’s risk in older adults. The researchers analyzed data collected on 876 study participants, average age 78. The participants provided information about their physical activity habits, and they underwent cognitive testing and had […]

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