Exercise may preserve motor skills in seniors

March 11, 2015 8:22 PM

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(Reuters Health) - Being physically active may offset some of the effects of brain aging on seniors’ ability to walk and control their movements, according to a new study.

At the highest level of activity, even when a specific sign of brain aging was present, it did not predict a person’s motor abilities, researchers found.

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