Exercise may slow brain aging in older adults

Regular walking, gardening, swimming, and dancing may slow brain aging and prevent brain shrinkage in older adults, say researchers.

The study used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans to measure the brains of people with a range of activity levels, including those who were inactive to those who were very active.

The scans showed less active people had smaller brain volume, the researchers said.

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