Exercise in middle age ‘prevents Alzheimer’s disease’ – Daily Mail

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Exercise in middle age 'prevents Alzheimer's disease'
Daily Mail
Regular exercise is the best lifestyle change a middle-aged person can make to prevent dementia, a landmark study has revealed. Activity of any intensity, from walking the dog to mountain climbing, helps prevents the cognitive decline typical in ...
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