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Aerobic exercise and memory

Aerobic exercise can improve memory and cognitive capacity (the total amount of information the brain can hold onto at any moment) in people over 55. Exercise also improves the brain's "executive control" functions judgment, planning, and the coordination of actions to achieve a goal. …

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