Regular Exercise In Middle Age May Hold Off Brain Changes Associated With Alzheimer’s

The Washington Post (12/16, Bernstein) “To Your Health” blog reported that according to a study on 317 adults in late middle age, those who “exercised five times a week or more had fewer of the age-related changes in the brain that are associated with” Alzheimer’s disease, “and did better on cognitive tests.”

Related Links:

— “More evidence that exercise can help fight Alzheimer’s disease,” Lenny Bernstein, Washington Post, December 16, 2014.

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