According to a new study, exercise may reduce disease activity in children with multiple sclerosis.
Reduced levels of tau protein measured in spinal fluid of older people who regularly exercised. Study finds memory can improve with help of exercise in those with Alzheimer's.
According to a new study, older adults can improve their brain function by raising their fitness levels.
A new study reports green tea extract and exercise appears to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease in mice.
Researchers report exercise can produce changes in skeletal muscles which can purge the blood of a protein that accumulates during stress.
Researchers report the dorsal medial habenula could control a person's motivation to exercise.
Researchers discover running, when accompanies by visual stimuli, helped restore brain function to normal levels in mice which had been deprived of visual experience early in life.
According to new research, children who are physically fit have faster and more robust neuroelectrical brain responses during reading tasks than their less fit peers.
Researchers isolated a protein which is increased during indurance exercise and gave it to non-exercising mice. The protein turned on genes which promote brain health and encouage new neurons to grow.