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Exercise May Improve Stress-Related Memory Problems

(Tech Times) Engaging in physical activities has long been linked with improved health. Just 15 minutes of daily exercise, for instance, has been shown to extend the lifespan of older adults. Being physically active in midlife may also lower risk for stroke later in life.
Now, a new study has yet again provided another evidence of the benefits of engaging in physical activities and this time involving breast cancer survivors.
Excessive stress in breast cancer survivors may result in memory problems. Findings of the new study, however, have suggested that physical exercise may help improve self-reported memory issues among breast cancer survivors.
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