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11/23/2010 10:27 PM ID: 86473 Permalink   

Exercise Could Protect Against Alzheimer´s


A study conducted by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee recommends exercise for people who carry a high-risk gene for Alzheimer´s disease.

"Our study suggests that if you are at genetic risk for Alzheimer´s disease, the benefits of exercise to your brain function might be even greater than for those who do not have that genetic risk," J. Carson Smith says.

The researchers looked at the brain activity during memory processing for four separate groups of healthy 65- to 85-year-olds.

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could a few glasses of mothers ruin but I should think that is highly unlikely!
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