Want to Improve Your Memory: Exercise

In a study conducted by the National Institute on Aging published in the journal Cell Metabolism, found the protein (cathepsin B) that is released when you work your muscles appears to generate new cells and connections in a part of the brain that is critical to memory. Read article here…..


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