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Exercising in your 70s 'may stop brain shrinkage'
by Michelle Roberts, Health editor
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22 October 2012
On 22 October 2012 BBC News reported:
Exercising in your 70s may stop your brain from shrinking and showing the signs of ageing linked to dementia, say experts from Edinburgh University. Exercise did not have to be strenuous -- going for a walk several times a week sufficed, the journal Neurology says. But giving the mind a workout by doing a tricky crossword had little impact. The study found no real brain-size benefit from mentally challenging activities, such as reading a book, or other pastimes such as socialising with friends and family.
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