Medical News Today reported on the results of a study published in the journal Neurology that suggested physical activity may protect seniors from the effects of brain damage on motor function.
That study, conducted by researchers at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL, found that the most active participants were unaffected by greater volumes of "white matter hyperintensities" - small areas of damage found in the brains of older people that are associated with impaired motor functioning. Read More...
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