Cyrus Raji, MD, PhD, a postdoctoral researcher in radiology at the University of California Los Angeles, reports that people who lead an active lifestyle tend to have greater brain volumes than sedentary people. Furthermore, people who have Alzheimer’s disease also benefit from burning more calories since they exhibited less deterioration in the grey matter of their brains. Raji and colleagues conducted a study on more than 800 people who were around 78 years old. Most of them where white and completed high school. Less than half of the participants were men, and their average body mass index indicated overweight. About […]Continue reading Exercise Linked to Greater Brain Volume
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