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Regular exercise adds up to big memory boosts

In the journals Itís well known that regular exercise helps maintain brain function. New research finds that brain activity increases and memory improves immediately after even a short, single bout of exercise. And the more exertion you put into that exercise, the greater the improvements. In addition, whatever level of exertion youíre able to achieve on that single exercise predicts how much brain boost youíll get if you continue to exercise at the…

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