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Moderate Exercise Boosts Cognitive Function in Older Adults – Neuroscience News

Summary: Regular exercise can improve cognitive function in older adults, according to a recent study. Research has found that low-intensity cycling three times a week for three months significantly improved executive function in older adults, particularly those between the ages of 68 and 78. These cognitive improvements were linked to greater efficiency in the prefrontal …

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