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Moderate exercise can decrease physical markers of Alzheimer's: study - Xinhua | English.news.cn

New York: Regular exercise is not only good for memory as people age, but it also appears to help prevent the development of physical signs of Alzheimer’s, in those who are at risk for the disease, says a study. “Our research shows that in a late-middle-age population at risk for Alzheimer’s disease, physically active individuals […]

Regular exercise may cut Alzheimer's risk in aged adults - OrissaPOST

Regular exercise is not only good for memory as people age, but it also appears to help prevent the development of physical signs of Alzheimer's, in those who are at risk for the disease, says a studyRegular exercise is not only good for memory as people age, but it also appears to help prevent the development of physical signs of Alzheimer's, in those who are at risk for the disease, says a study

Regular exercise may cut Alzheimer's risk in older adults | OTV

Regular exercise is not only good for memory as people age, but it also appears to help prevent the development of physical signs of Alzheimer's, in those who are at risk for the disease, says a studyRegular exercise is not only good for memory as people age, but it also appears to help prevent the development of physical signs of Alzheimer's, in those who are at risk for the disease, says a study

Regular exercise may cut Alzheimer's risk in older adults | OTV

Researchers built a resource of gene expression patterns from the brain cells of people who had Alzheimer’s disease. The resource may enable new advances in understanding how Alzheimer’s disease develops.Researchers built a resource of gene expression patterns from the brain cells of people who had Alzheimer’s disease. The resource may enable new advances in understanding how Alzheimer’s disease develops.

Gene expression signatures of Alzheimer's disease