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Exercise can help damaged brains

KU research adds to evidence that exercise can help damaged brains.

The researchers at the University of Kansas School of Medicine found that Exercising and staying physically fit may slow the relentless, mind-robbing progress of Alzheimer’s disease. About 5.2 million Americans now live with Alzheimer’s. By 2050, that number could swell to 11 million to 16 million. If ways can be found to postpone Alzheimer’s by as little as two years, nearly 2 million cases of the disease could be avoided. (read Kansas City Star article)

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