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Exercise alters brain chemistry to protect aging synapses
by Robin Marks, University of California -- San Francisco
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10 January 2022
On 10 January 2022 Sciencedaily.com reported:
When elderly people stay active, their brains have more of a class of proteins that enhances the connections between neurons to maintain healthy cognition, a UC San Francisco study has found. ''It may be that physical activity exerts a global sustaining effect, supporting and stimulating healthy function of proteins that facilitate synaptic transmission throughout the brain,'' William Honer, MD, a professor of psychiatry at the University of British Columbia and senior author of the study, said.
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