Aging, brain, and mobility: progresses and opportunities.

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THE capacity to move is essential for functional independence and declines with age across species. Since a major aim of the field of aging is to promote prolonged functional independence, greater insights into the causes and management of age-related changes in mobility are one key to longer active life. Much is known about contributors to age-related… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/gerona/glu159

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@article{Rosano2014AgingBA, title={Aging, brain, and mobility: progresses and opportunities.}, author={Caterina Rosano and Andrea Rosso and Stephanie A. Studenski}, journal={The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences}, year={2014}, volume={69 11}, pages={1373-4} }