October 4, 2005
Cut Your Dementia Risk - 'Exercise Now'Topics: Health Issues
In a study reported in Lancet Neurology, researchers are reporting that exercising for half an hour at least twice a week during midlife can significantly cut a person's risk of dementia later, by as much as 50%.
They add that, "Those who are genetically prone to Alzheimer's disease could see a reduction of about 60%."
Posted by Richard at October 4, 2005 5:02 PM
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