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Lifelong Exercise Significantly Improves Cognitive Functioning In Later Life

Exercising regularly as a kid can result in improved cognitive functioning later in life, according to a study published in the journal Psychological Medicine. A group of researchers at King's College London found that intensive lifelong exercise can significantly improve people's brain function at the age of 50...

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