10/14/2010

A long-term U.S. study found that adults who walked six to nine miles weekly had slower gray-matter tissue deterioration and reduced their risk of developing cognitive impairment by 50% compared with those who didn't. The findings suggest that "we can retain our brain tissue and retain our memories well into late adulthood by maintaining an active and engaged lifestyle," the lead researcher said.

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