New American Academy of Neurology Guidelines Say Exercise May Help Preserve Memory, Thinking Skills in People with Mild Cognitive Impairment

December 28, 2017

The Los Angeles Times (12/28, Kaplan, 5.51M) reports in “Science Now” that the American Academy of Neurology has released “new guidelines that say exercising twice a week may help preserve memory and thinking skills in people with mild cognitive impairment [MCI].”

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