Exercise helps protect your brain from cognitive decline, study shows

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ST. LOUIS - It is known that moving around and exercising is good for your body, but a new study says it's also good for your brain and can prevent cognitive decline.

The CDC and World Health Organization recommend getting 30 minutes of activity on 5 days a week, participants were found to perform better on the standard test of cognition and function.

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