Exercise Vital to Dementia Prevention

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Lack of exercise may render people as likely to develop dementia as a genetic predisposition.
Lack of exercise may render people as likely to develop dementia as a genetic predisposition.

A study involving more than 1600 adults over the age of 65 found that those who led sedentary lives were equally likely to develop dementia as those who had a genetic predisposition to it.

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