Exercise may improve thinking in sedentary seniors with cognitive decline

Older adults who already have some cognitive impairment, but not dementia, may find their thinking skills improve when they start doing aerobic exercise like walking or cycling a few times a week, a small experiment suggests.

Source: Exercise may improve thinking in sedentary seniors with cognitive decline

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