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Here’s how exercise alters our brain chemistry – and could prevent dementia

The World Health Organization estimates that cases of dementia will rise to 78 million by 2030 and 139 million by 2050. Image: Pixabay/sabinevanerp

Emma Charlton

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Exercise has long been known to keep us healthy and now it’s been proven to be even more important. Image: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Dementia case numbers and treatment costs are on the rise. Image: World Alzheimer Report 2021
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