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Walking and Dementia
A 9-yr study of elderly adults (mean age 78 yrs) showed that those who walked the most (on a regular basis) had a reduced risk of cognitive impairment. (source: Neurology, Oct. 19, 2010.)












 
  Keyword: aerobic exercise


Article Publish Date
Measuring Fitness: Aerobic Capacity 07/02/2012
Walking 05/06/2007
Bad Exercise 07/24/2012
Circuit Training 05/06/2007
Bicycling: Medical Aspects 05/06/2007
Heart Rate, Exercise Intensity, and Training 05/06/2007
Heart Rate Monitors 10/05/2007
Interval Training 05/06/2007
Running: Training Tips For Beginners 05/06/2007
Tennis Racquets 02/21/2012
Training For: Cycling 12/12/2008
Training For: Tennis 05/06/2007
Health and Fitness Targets 05/06/2007
Exercise Motivation Part 1: Tips You Can Use 05/06/2007
Neighborhood Exercise 05/06/2007
Hiking 05/25/2013
Fluids and Electrolytes During Exercise 05/06/2007
Exercise For Dementia 03/18/2015
Exercise For Obesity 05/06/2007
Aerobic Fitness Prevents Coronary Artery Disease 09/13/2018
Exercise For Older Adults 10/30/2016
Exercise Guidelines for Health: Official Recommendations 07/18/2012
Why Exercise is the Best Medicine Ever! 10/19/2012


 
 


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