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A study in Translational Psychiatry suggests that a combination of physical activity and cognitive training may be the best way to keep an older person’s brain sharp, Reuters reports. The authors studied 172 people aged 60 to 85 and split them into groups that followed different combinations of...
According to Reuters, a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine has found that exercising regularly does not help overcome the risks associated with too much sitting. In 47 previous studies that were analyzed, the most sedentary people had a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, colon cancer,...
The LA Times reports that a new study in JAMA Internal Medicine has found that working together with one’s spouse greatly increases the odds of the other spouse losing weight, quitting smoking or sticking to an exercise regimen. Based on the experiences of 3,722 couples, one spouse losing weight...