Leg Power Helps Sustain Cognitive Ability? (BBC News / Gerontology)


A King’s College London study involving over 300 twins indicates that older women with stronger legs tend to perform better with respect to brain ageing.

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Fit legs equals fit brain, study suggests. London: BBC Health News, November 10th 2015.

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Steves, CJ. Mehta, MM. Jackson, SH. [and] Spector, TD. (2015). Kicking back cognitive ageing: leg power predicts cognitive ageing after ten years in older female twins. Gerontology. November 10th 2015. [Epub ahead of print].

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