Computer use and exercise may combat memory loss
Older adults who exercised and used computers reduced the risk of memory loss, whereas doing either activity by itself did not, according to a study
from the May issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings
Participants who performed moderate physical activity and used a computer were 64 percent less likely to experience mild cognitive impairment compared to those who did not use a computer and who did not exercise, MyHealthNewsDaily.com reports.
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