30 participants in late-adulthood were examined for changes in long-term memory and blood circulation in the brain.
The implementation of physical exercise could improve motor skill learning among healthy people through direct changes in neurotransmission.
New research finds profound positive effects on cardiovascular and brain health among golfers in late-adulthood.
A new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Eating and Weight Disorders found that exercise addiction could be more prevalent among individuals suffering from an eating disorder.
Many Americans are not meeting physical activity guidelines and past theories point to a lack of free time as the primary cause. A new study, however, assures this is not the case.