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May
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Regular Exercise Keeps Mind Sharp


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A recent analysis of research at the University of Canberra shows that regular exercise keeps one's mind sharp for people after the age of 50. Regular exercise was shown to improve thinking and memory skills.



It is speculated that the positive effects are the result of increased levels of blood and oxygen to the brain that aid in the formation of new neurons and connections.