Physical activity, however, helps improve its overall functioning and, in particular, increases the volume of the hippocampus by 2 percent, which reverses cerebral aging by one to two years and boosts mental capacities. “For one, this research has demonstrated the brain remains highly modifiable late in adulthood,” Erickson said. “Even though the brain shrinks and declines tend to happen it does not seem to be as inevitable … and exercise seems to be a great way to take advantage of this natural capacity for brain plasticity.” What’s more, it’s apparently not necessary to do a lot of exercise to get that result — a “modest amount” is all it takes, he said. However, he acknowledged, “there is still a lot to learn.
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At-Home Exercise Helps After Hip Break: study
Stephen Kates, an orthopedic and rehabilitation specialist at the University of Rochester Medical Center, told Reuters Health it’s important to recognize that not all hip fracture patients are alike. Kates, who was not involved in the new study, said future research should focus on which people recovering from a broken hip at home are the best candidates for this type of exercise. “It’s probably the patient who’s a little bit marginal for staying home,” he said, adding that broken hips will become more of a problem as the population ages. “It’s just going to become more of a problem for our health system and for all of us to deal with,” Kates said.
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“It isn’t just about being with others. The frequency of contact is unimportant,” Cacioppo said. “It’s what that person means to you that really matters.” On the topic of social media, Cacioppo asked whether it’s a way to make friends or a substitute for connection. “If you have no contact, then it’s better than nothing,” he said. “But it’s not a substitute for face-to-face contact.” Bryan Stow’s dad rips sentences for Dodgers fan ‘cowards’ who wrecked his son’s life.
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