A new study links cardiorespiratory fitness in older adults to a decreased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Older adults with higher levels of cardiorespiratory fitness have a 33% reduced risk for developing Alzheimer's.
Children aged 4-6 who had better cardiorespiratory fitness than their peers performed better on cognitive tests and in other tests of brain function.
A new study reveals exercises that improve cardiorespiratory fitness may help to support health by altering the presence, activity and clustering of gut bacteria.
Older adults with high cardiorespiratory fitness scored performed better on memory tests than those with lower scores, a new study reports.
A new study reports a link between physical fitness and the strength of brain connections in older people.
A new study reveals a link between brain activation, cardiorespiratory fitness and executive function in older adults.
Older people who engage in regular physical activity have more intact white matter and have more variable brain activity than their less active peers, a new study reports.
A new study links better math skills in children with cardiorespiratory fitness and associated gray matter thinning.