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Exercise slows functional decline from Alzheimer's disease

As cognitive skills decline in people with Alzheimer’s disease, so does the ability to function in everyday activities. To determine how effective physical activity could be on the functional abilities of people with Alzheimer’s disease, the Finnish Alzheimer Disease Exercise Trial, a randomized controlled study, was designed to compare different approaches to providing exercise.

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