Exercise May Stave Off Mental Decline

Two new studies appear in the January issue of the Archives of Neurology show that exercise appears to help prevent and improve mild cognitive impairment,

Those who said they did moderate exercise — such as swimming, brisk walking, yoga, aerobics or strength training — during midlife were 39 percent less likely to have mild cognitive impairment, while those who did moderate exercise later in life were 32 percent less likely to have the condition.

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