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How High Intensity Exercise Makes Your Brain More Efficient

1 day ago   |   By Cathe Friedrich

We start to have problems recalling information as we grow older. For example, you might be slow to retrieve the name of an acquaintance you haven't seen in years or a television show you watched a few weeks ago. The information is still there, almost on the tip of your tongue, but the retrieval is a bit slower. These types of retrieval problems are typically nothing to worry about. We all have them, especially during mid-life and later.
But, some memory issues are more concerning. The risk of developing more serious memory issues goes up with age. It's no secret that dementia is at...
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