Weightlifting leads to cognitive gains in older women, study finds

04/24/2012 | MedPage Today (free registration)

Older women with mild cognitive problems who lifted weights performed better on memory tasks compared with a control group that worked only on balance and stretching, a University of British Columbia study found. Researchers reported in the Archives of Internal Medicine that another group of women who did aerobic training gained fitness but achieved no cognitive benefit.

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