LiveScience | To stop brain shrinkage, start moving

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Couch potatoes beware: Physical fitness during middle age may be a driver of brain health later in life, according to the results of a new study. In a research project spanning two decades, scientists have found that the participants who were less fit at age 40 had a greater degree of brain shrinkage 20 years later compared to those who were in better shape. Continue.