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Exercise Could Slow Physical Decline in Alzheimer's

Like it or not, exercise is good for us. Exercise helps to speed up our metabolism and strengthen our bones. Also, we’ve known for decades that exercise is good for the heart, and lately there have been many studies that have shown it’s good for the brain. So good, as a matter of fact, that now, researchers at Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine in Japan have concluded that exercise is something we can do right now to help prevent Alzheimer’s disease. 
 

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