Here is a very compelling article that argues that "older people who are physically active could be protecting themselves from the effects of brain damage on motor function."
"The study, published online in Neurology, found that the most physically active participants did not experience a reduction in their movement abilities, even when magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) demonstrated they had high levels of age-related brain damage."
""These results underscore the importance of efforts to encourage a more active lifestyle in older people to prevent movement problems, which is a major public health challenge," says study author Debra A. Fleischman, of Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL."
So how many minutes of exercise do you perform each day?
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