This Type of Exercise Can Help Ward Off Alzheimer’s

November 5, 2016

You probably know that exercise is a great way to keep your brain healthy as you age. But now a new study sheds some light on which type of exercise may be especially important for maintaining memory: Lifting light weights twice a week led to improved brain function in older adults, say Australian researchers, suggesting that strength training may help ward off Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

 

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