Nearly 300 people in Pittsburgh kept track of how much they walked each week. After nine years of this, scientists took brain scans to measure their brain volume. After four more years, they tested to see if anyone in the study had cognitive impairment or dementia.
So. In this 13 year study, they found that people who walked only 6 - 9 miles an entire week cut their risk of developing memory problems in half!
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