eview review of physical and cognitive interventions in aging

@inproceedings{Bamidisa2014eviewRO,
  title={eview review of physical and cognitive interventions in aging},
  author={. D. Bamidisa and A. B. Vivasb and C. Styliadisa and C. Frantzidisa and M. Kladosa and A. Siountasa and S. G. Papageorgioud},
  year={2014}
}
  • . D. Bamidisa, A. B. Vivasb, +4 authors S. G. Papageorgioud
  • Published 2014
Maintaining a healthy brain is a critical factor for the quality of life of elderly individuals and the preservation of their independence. Challenging aging brains through cognitive training and physical exercises has shown to be effective against age-related cognitive decline and disease. But how effective are such training interventions? What is the optimal combination/strategy? Is there enough evidence from neuropsychological observations, animal studies, as well as, structural and… CONTINUE READING

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