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Aerobic Exercise Optimizes Brain Function in Older Adults

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Post Aerobic Exercise Optimizes Brain Function in Older Adults

(Psych Central News) Although the physical and mental benefits of exercise and physical activity are well-acknowledged, a new study suggests that exercise can also improve the way the mind functions. In a new review, researchers investigated the power of exercise to improve cognitive function throughout life. Hayley Guiney and psychologist Dr. Liana Machado from the University of Otago, [...]

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