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    Move It Or Lose It: The Vital Connection Between Exercise And Brain Health

    You’ve likely heard it many times before: Exercise is a key ingredient for healthy aging and even small amounts of movement can be critical to lowering your risk of physical ailments as well as cognitive decline. But in case you weren’t convinced by the prior evidence (or motivated to move),…

    Brawn And Brain: New Research Shows Exercise Is Good For Brain Health

    For some of us, the past several months have been a blur of tv binging and too much sitting. While our anxieties have been high, our brains (and our butts) may have been idle. So just in time, new research has been published that demonstrates the importance of aerobic exercise…

    Physical And Fit: Exercise And Equipment For Body And Brain Health

    The causal link is now very well established: In order to stay healthy while aging and sustain your brain health, your body needs to stay physically fit and active. As Dr. John Ratey, a professor of psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School has made clear, “exercise is… the No.1 weapon…

    Strike A Balance: Recommended Exercises To Shore Up Your Balance

    Here are some essential truths about our balance as we get older: First, few of us escape a balance decline as we age. It’s just a fact that our muscles lose strength, our joints become stiffer and the important info about our balance that travels from our body to the…

    Stretch Your Legs: Stretching Is Essential For Healthier Aging

    As the saying goes, “Move it or lose it.” Most of us know that it’s essential to regularly move in order to keep strong, upright, and functioning as we get older. Whether it’s a daily walk, active chores around the house, or a competitive game of tennis, you need to…

    Maintain Your Brain: More Evidence That Exercise Protects The Aging Brain

    If by some chance you’re still on the fence about whether you should be exercising, there’s more good news about exercise to report. First, as a reminder, not only will your physical health be sustained and improved through exercise but it’s more and more clear that your aging brain also…