Modest brain test benefit seen with brisk walking

CHICAGO (AP) — Brisk walking led to slight improvements on mental tests for older people with memory problems in what is billed as the first rigorous test of exercise on the aging brain. The results from the small Australian study were only modest. But they back up observational studies showing potential mental benefits from physical activity. (continue reading)

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