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Clinical trial finds improvement in cognitive function but no difference between group's after physical, mental activity in older adults

A randomized controlled trial finds that 12 weeks of physical plus mental activity in inactive older adults with cognitive complaints was associated with significant improvement in cognitive function but there was no difference between intervention and control groups.
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