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Recently, some exciting news about improving the quality of life for those who already have Alzheimer's disease came to light in a story on Reuters Health titled, "Exercise calms agitation associated with dementia." While it's generally accepted that anything that's good for the heart is likely good for the brain, and therefore exercise may help stave off Alzheimer's, there hasn't been much information about what exercise could do for people who already have the disease.

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