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Light exercise helps to keep brains healthy, at least in rats. University of Florida scientists (1) ---- active and sedentary rats, then examined samples (2) ---- their brain tissue. The active animals had less of the oxidative damage that had been thought to result from aging and to cause (3) ---- types of mental illness. Mild exercise was enough; the healthier rats had access to a spinning wheel, which they used (4) ---- every day, although they were not forced to do so. The sedentary rats (5) ---- no source of exercise.






Light exercise helps to keep brains healthy, at least in rats. University of Florida scientists (1) ---- active and sedentary rats, then examined samples (2) ---- their brain tissue. The active animals had less of the oxidative damage that had been thought to result from aging and to cause (3) ---- types of mental illness. Mild exercise was enough; the healthier rats had access to a spinning wheel, which they used (4) ---- every day, although they were not forced to do so. The sedentary rats (5) ---- no source of exercise.






Light exercise helps to keep brains healthy, at least in rats. University of Florida scientists (1) ---- active and sedentary rats, then examined samples (2) ---- their brain tissue. The active animals had less of the oxidative damage that had been thought to result from aging and to cause (3) ---- types of mental illness. Mild exercise was enough; the healthier rats had access to a spinning wheel, which they used (4) ---- every day, although they were not forced to do so. The sedentary rats (5) ---- no source of exercise.






Light exercise helps to keep brains healthy, at least in rats. University of Florida scientists (1) ---- active and sedentary rats, then examined samples (2) ---- their brain tissue. The active animals had less of the oxidative damage that had been thought to result from aging and to cause (3) ---- types of mental illness. Mild exercise was enough; the healthier rats had access to a spinning wheel, which they used (4) ---- every day, although they were not forced to do so. The sedentary rats (5) ---- no source of exercise.






Light exercise helps to keep brains healthy, at least in rats. University of Florida scientists (1) ---- active and sedentary rats, then examined samples (2) ---- their brain tissue. The active animals had less of the oxidative damage that had been thought to result from aging and to cause (3) ---- types of mental illness. Mild exercise was enough; the healthier rats had access to a spinning wheel, which they used (4) ---- every day, although they were not forced to do so. The sedentary rats (5) ---- no source of exercise.








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