The importance of keeping healthy by increasing our physical activity has been a constant topic of discussion by medical professionals.
They emphasize how the benefit of physical activity can reduce the risk for heart disease, diabetes, obesity, etc.
The thought of fitting an exercise routine into an already chaotic schedule is not appealing to most.
The benefit however is more than just keeping tabs on your weight gain or health risks.
Keeping fit could slow down the processes of aging that affect your brain and memory abilities. Need more incentive to go for that daily walk?
Let's have a look at what Dr. Hayes from the Memory Disorders Research Center in Boston and VA Boston Healthcare System found in...