A recent study has revealed that physical activity in healthy older adults may act as a protection from brain damage and aid in preserving motor function.
An aging population brings a growing worry at both a personal and societal level.
The average life span may be increasing however; the rate that we age is not.
We may be living longer but we are not aging more slowly.
Motor impairment seen in the elderly is commonplace in society and accompanies a diverse array of unfavorable health outcomes.
As our population ages the elderly require a greater level of care and public health efforts are already in place in order to keep the elderly as physically and mentally active for as long as possible. Aging decreases...