Walking is a simple exercise that helps in weight loss and also protects the heart. But a recent finding shows that it helps reverse declines in key brain regions. A new study led by University of Maryland School of Public Health researchers adds more information about how physical activity impacts brain physiology and offers hope that it may be possible to reestablish some protective neuronal connections.
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