A new study found that seniors who exercised at least once a week, had at least a high school education, volunteered or worked into their 70s or 80s, lived with someone, and didn't smoke were able to maintain their cognitive function later in life. One expert said the findings add to evidence about lifestyles that promote healthy aging, adding, "Stay physically and mentally active, and you will increase your chances of successful aging."

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