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Exercise does not delay decline in people with dementia, says study

While physical exercise may stave off dementia, it does not delay mental decline in people after they have been diagnosed, a study in nearly 500 people with the condition reported on Thursday. While a fitness regime improved physical fitness in people with mild to moderate dementia, it does not slow cognitive impairment, researchers reported in The BMJ medical journal. It is generally accepted that exercise can delay the onset of Alzheimer s and other forms of dementia. But whether or not it can

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