Physically-fit young adults maintain cognitive vitality into middle age

A new study of thousands of middle-aged adults suggests that those in better physical shape as young adults did better on learning and memory tests later in life.  Improved early adult fitness also reduced their risk of dementia.  For more information, read this New York Times article.

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