Fitness In Young Adulthood Tied To Better Midlife Cognitive Skills

The New York Times (5/7, Reynolds) “Well” blog reports that according to a study published online April 2 in the journal Neurology, “the more physically active you are at age 25, the better your thinking tends to be when you reach middle age.” Researchers arrived at that conclusion after having analyzed data gathered “over several decades” for the “Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults” study, which started during the middle of the 1980s.

Related Links:

— “Early Fitness Can Improve the Middle-Age Brain,” Gretchen Reynolds, New York Times, May 7, 2014.

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