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Older adults can improve brain function with fitness

“Exercise isn’t just good for your heart; it can also be good for older adults’ brains. Jeffrey Burns, M.D., professor of neurology and co-director of the KU
Alzheimer’s Disease Center, says of the findings, “”Basically, the more exercise you did, the more benefit to the brain you saw. Any aerobic exercise was good, and more is better.”””