Exercise, omega-3 doesn't help cognition in elderly
from HealthDay via Psychiatry Advsior
Neither exercise nor supplements such as omega-3 fatty acids seem to preserve cognitive function in the elderly, according to research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Kaycee Sink, M.D., medical director of the Kulynych Memory Assessment Clinic at the Wake Forest School of Medicine, and colleagues found no significant difference in mild cognitive impairment or dementia among individuals aged 70 and 89 who participated in physical activity and those who were assigned to health education workshops and arm stretching.
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