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Study Shows Exercise And Social Life Protect Brain Health

A recent study reported in Neuroscience News shows that being socially active and exercising are both protective of brain health. Participants in a longitudinal study who reported being more socially active or exercising more on a regular basis showed less decline in various measures of brain health over 12 years, including thinning of a part of the brain associated with memory, and decline in cognitive performance.

Dancing is a nice way to combine social activity and exercise (https://www.abc.net.au/news/health/2022-10-06/dancing-can-slow-and-reverse-ageing-process/101324714)

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