Friday, July 17, 2015

STAYING ACTIVE LOWERS ALZHEIMER'S RISK

According to the medical journal Neurology, staying active cuts the risk of Alzheimer's disease by 50% at any age. And this doesn't mean you have to spend hours in a gym exercising. Things as simple as housework, taking walks, etc count.

Personal note: My husband has COPD and Alzheimer's. He was a very active person most of his life. When his COPD really slowed him down his Alzheimer's because worse.


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