Social activity, aging education critical to brain health in older African Americans, study finds

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Among its many benefits to our overall health and well-being, exercise strengthens the brain and helps defend against cognitive decline. However, the results of a recent clinical trial revealed another activity that may benefit the brain more than exercise alone: social engagement and education around healthy aging.

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