Sitting for too long may cause a part of the brain responsible for forming new memories to thin out, a new preliminary study from UCLA says, and exercise, even at high levels, did not seem to have an effect on the thinning of the region.
Sitting for too long may cause a part of the brain responsible for forming new memories to thin out, a new preliminary study from UCLA says, and exercise, even at high levels, did not seem to have an effect on the thinning of the region. Scott Berson
Sitting for too long may cause a part of the brain responsible for forming new memories to thin out, a new preliminary study from UCLA says, and exercise, even at high levels, did not seem to have an effect on the thinning of the region. Scott Berson

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April 13, 2018 07:58 AM