Being Highly Fit May Help Ward Off Dementia: Study

Being Highly Fit May Help Ward Off Dementia: Study

Being physically fit not only benefits your heart, it may also help ward off dementia, according to a new study. Researchers from Sweden found that middle-aged women who were considered to have “high cardiovascular fitness” were 88 percent less likely to develop dementia later in life than women who were less fit. Although past studies have indicated that physical activity may help prevent dementia, the latest findings, which are published in the journal Neurology, stand out because of the long duration—more than four decades—of the study. “Previous research on physical activity and dementia has a mean follow-up less than 10...

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