A study in Nature suggests exercise by older adults may help prevent dementia by influencing brain metabolism to prevent increases in choline, which is linked to a loss of nerve cells. Researchers said adults who rode an exercise bike as part of a 12-week program had a stable choline concentration, while choline levels increased in a control group.
Study: Exercise affects brain metabolism to ward off dementia
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