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Walking Slows Progression of Alzheimer&#...

Walking Slows Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease
This figure compares the beneficial effects of physical activity on the brains of healthy aging individuals (n = 299) to the positive relationships between exercise and brain structure in cognitively impaired persons with either mild cognitive impairment or Alhzeimer’s (n = 127). In both normal aging and cognitive impairment, physical activity preserves volume in brain areas...