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Recent Study Shows Mild Cognitive Impairment May Be Counteracted With Exercise

Mild Cognitive Impairment & the Brain Cortex A recent study has found that mild cognitive impairment (MCI), the earliest known stage of Alzheimer’s Disease, may be counteracted with exercise. The findings of the study offer hope to the millions of seniors who suffer from this common ailment. In the study, older adults who participated in…

Exercise & Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention

Exercise May Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease The New York Times just reported on a fascinating study published in the May edition of Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience in an article entitled, “Can Exercise Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk?” by Gretchen Reynolds. By examining people aged 65-89 who possess a gene related to Alzheimer’s development, e4 gene, they have found…