Potential therapeutic effects of exercise to the brain.

  title={Potential therapeutic effects of exercise to the brain.},
  author={E T Ang and Fernando G{\'o}mez-Pinilla},
  journal={Current medicinal chemistry},
  volume={14 24},
Exercise is a well-recognized facet of modern living; however, the threat of sedentary lifestyle is ever increasing with the arrival of the technological period. Although the beneficial effects of exercise to the health and function of the brain have been accepted by the scientific and medical community, much remains to be achieved to understand its mechanisms of action. With the advent of modern investigative tools, several more key molecular and cellular players have been implicated in the… CONTINUE READING

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