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  • Childhood exercise may protect against memory loss in old age

    New Scientist - 08/14/2017

    “The results suggest the amount of physical activity when we’re young, at least for rodents, has implications for brain and cognitive health—in the form of better memories—when we’re older,” says Arthur Kramer of Northeastern University in Boston, who has found that, in humans, exercise stimulates the growth of new brain cells.

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