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Regular exercise and heart healthy diet known to resolve memory problems

WorldNews Thursday, 28 November 2019 ()
Regular exercise and heart healthy diet known to resolve memory problemsWashington: Healthy lifestyle behaviours including regular exercise and a heart-healthy diet may slow the development of a condition that affects one's memory, says a recent study. Researchers published the results of their study in the Journal of the -- American Geriatrics Society. According to the US National Library for Medicine, signs of mild cognitive impairment may include frequently losing things, forgetting to go to events and appointments, and having more trouble coming up...
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