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Walking, Resistance Training May Improve Memory, University of Pittsburgh Study


7/16/2012 8:12:07 AM

Simple exercise, such as walking and resistance training, improved thinking and memory in older adults in several new studies that suggest physical activity offers a key strategy in slowing mental decline. One trial found that walking may boost brain volume in the region for memory. Another showed that weight training helped the mental function of older women with mild cognitive impairment. The research was presented today at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Vancouver.

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