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Life-long exercise, even in low frequency and intensity, helps to preserve cognitive function in later life, a study has found.

The study used data from a prospective cohort study, a study that follows a group of people over time.

Those who reported at least a little exercise over their life had better cognitive functioning at age 50 than those who reported none.

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