Editor’s Note: Exercise: The Best Medicine

It’s the only demonstrable way to improve cognitive function as you age—supplements, vitamins, aspirin, or Sudoku puzzles can’t do that.

Exercise—it’s the only universal recommendation I make to every single patient, without exception. Exercise benefits cardiovascular health and improves muscle function, balance, and coordination. It reduces the risk of certain cancers, too, especially those related to obesity, including endometrial cancer and breast cancer. It’s the only demonstrable way to improve cognitive function as you age—supplements, […]

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