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Aerobic exercise can promote healthy weight loss and bone health. New research shows that it could also help maintain brain volume and fight cognitive decline.
Keeping blood pressure in check could reduce your risk for heart disease. But could it also help you stay sharp in midlife?
Although mental decline in old age is common, the exact rate is still not known. It also remains unclear when people should get screened for mental decline.
For seniors, having difficulty breathing could be a sign that other medical problems are on the horizon — problems like a decline in memory and thinking abilities.
The food choices made in midlife could have a profound impact as people age. A healthier diet high in fruits and veggies may help prevent future decline in brain function.