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Exercise Increases Brain Size, Lowers Dementia Risk

Seniors Who Get Little to No Exercise Have 50 percent Greater Risk of Dementia Using the landmark Framingham Heart Study to assess how physical activity affects the size of the brain and one’s risk for developing dementia, UCLA researchers found an association between low physical activity and a higher risk for dementia in older individuals. This suggests that regular physical activity for older adults could lead to higher brain volumes and a reduced risk for developing dementia. The researchers found that physical activity particularly affected the size of the hippocampus, which is the part of the brain controlling short-term memory....

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Entertaining at St. Mark’s Catholic Church Respite Program and the Rotary Run, August, 2016! Click to view.

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